Product no.: 42
True "burgundy miracles": Full-bodied and strong or elegant with a harmonious acidity
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The high-quality grapes for our Pinot Noir red wines and rosé wines grow on heat-storing, deep terraced gravel and clay soils in KREUZNACHER ROSENBERG and on clay marl and shell limestone soils in KREUZNACHER PARADIES. Multiple yield reductions and good ventilation of the grape area through defoliation ensure healthy, ripe grapes in the harvest. When pressed directly, the destemmed berries deliver fruity rosés with an elegant acid structure and carefully mash-fermented strong red wines, which we put in oak barrels for about 12 months, where they become harmonious and round through the oxidative aging process.
The sensitive vinegrape Pinot Noir is considered the most valuable red grape of the temperate climate.
Her wines develop in cool climates particularly well, so the Pinot Noir is considered one of Germany's most distinguished varieties,
she is also an important component of champagne.
She also reacts very sensitively to the terroir conditions; under correspondingly favorable circumstances Pinot Noir delivers great wines with a long shelf life.
Vinified as Rosé, Pinot Noir is also a reputable supplier for German Weißherbst and also for sparkling wines.
Typical flavors: wild strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, cherry, smoke, leather
The cultivation of Pinot Noir needs due to its susceptibility to certain diseases special attention and care.
The grapes of Pinot Noir should ripe slow and long, the yields anymore are relatively low, about 50 hectoliters per hectare.
Pinot Noir is the oldest red wine variety and was probably bred by the Romans from a wild grape;
The country of origin is well-known Burgundy.
Spätburgunder, Blauer Spätburgunder, Pinot Noir, Pinot Nero (Italy), Klevner (Switzerland), Burgundac (Bulgaria)
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