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Pinot Noir Ried Altenberg 2013

Wine description:

Raspberry pulp, complex, firm oak texture, minerally, spicy, vigorous—huge potential.


Location:

Altenberg: South-, southwest facing single vineyard, which was referred for centuries as one of the best single vineyards of Styria. The grapes produce wines of rich texture with a slatey whiff from the soil.


Soil:

Red and grey slate (paleozoic slate)


Awards:

92/100 points Falstaff Weinguide 2016/17


Winemaking:

Selective hand picked grapes, open fermentation, after fermentation another 10 days maceration, gently pressed, malolactic fermentation in barriques. For the single vineyard Pinot Noir we pick the grapes from the oldest vines and the wine aged 30 months in barriques.


Drinking temperature:

17°C


Drinking description:

Partridge with red cabbage
Loin of pork rolled in bacon with green beans
contains sulfites


Characteristics:

dry


Alcohol:

13,50% Vol. Alk.


0.75 l

Pinot Noir Ried Altenberg 2013

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