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Pinot Noir 2013

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A bottle of Pinot Noir

The Pinot Noir is commonly considered to be one of the best and most precious red wine varieties of the world. In Austria Pinot grapes are known since the Middle Ages and can be found in almost all wine-growing regions of the country. The Pinot Noir loves the warm climate of the area around Lake Neusiedl. It ripens early and the wines are generally very full bodied and offer a tremendously rich bouquet.

Tasting notes

This Pinot Noir shines garnet-red in its glass and develops an intense red berry like bouquet with hints of roasted wood flavours. On the palate it is strong, still fruity and has noticeable tannins. Its long lasting fruity finish tops of the impression.

Food suggestion

This Pinot Noir suits to a grand dinner, to roastd or cooked beef, game as well as to pies.

Ageing potential

Needs 2-3 years after the harvest to reach its optimum. Can easily kept from 4-6 years or longer.

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Drinking Temperature:
18┬░ C
Alcohol Content:
12.5 %vol
Sugar Content:
2.8 g/L
4.4 g/L
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Falstaff Red Wine Guide 2016 - Vintage 2013

88 points. “Best Buy” in the Pinot Noir category.

International Organic Wine Award 2015

Gold medal at the International Organic Wine Award 2015

Gold Medal - 91 points.