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Pinot Nero or Pinot Noir has internationally many different names. In Germany, this grape is known as Spätburgunder, for example, in France known as Pinot Noir and the one in Italy as Pinot Nero.
Grapes: Pinot Nero 100%
Soil: loamy, chalky gravel with a small proportion of sand.
Altitude and exposure: East-facing, sloping vineyards located at 450 – 550 meters above sea level.
Training system: wire-trained + Pergola.
Age of vines: 6 – 21 years
Yield: 60 hl/ha
Vinification and ageing: destemming of late-harvested, but still perfectly sound grapes; 12-hour cold maceration, after which the grapes were pressed and underwent natural clarification; fermentation at a controlled temperature of 18-20 °C; three-month ageing on the fine lees in stainless steel.
Vintage 2018: overall, the weather was very good in the 2018 wine-growing year. Precipitation in winter and spring provided sufficient moisture and thus ideal fruiting conditions. Long hours of sunshine and above-average temperatures in summer and autumn led to very dry conditions compensated by some heavy thunderstorms in August. Thanks to the optimum weather conditions in late summer, it was possible to harvest a healthy and ripe grape crop.
Colour: bright, golden yellow.
Bouquet:intense aromas of rose blossoms, lychee, and pineapple.
Taste:full-bodied and creamy at first impression, unfolds its wide spectrum of fruit nuances on the palate, with a long, lingering, aromatic finish.
Residual sugar: 5,5 g/l
Tot. Acidity: 4,8 g/l