Red wine


Variety: Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is the French synonym for Blue Burgundy. It is without doubt one of the greatest red wine varieties of the world. This variety is very difficult to cultivate. The berries are very dense and therefore susceptible to rot. The winegrower needs to pay special attention to this variety throughout the whole growing season. Pinot Noir is characterized by its shiny ruby red color and its rounded, mild and velvety taste. Its fine acidity makes it full-bodied and elegant and enables a longer storage.

Tasting: carmine, fine Burgundy scent, red berries, raspberries, juicy-sweet berries, tobacco-spicy nuances, fine tannin, delicately spicy long reverberation.

Best served with: garlic lamb chop, roast veal in milk with pasta, larded roast venison, venison medallions, wild boar goulash with chanterelle, Burgundy roast, stewed lamb leg.


0,75 l bottle


Quality wine

Drinking temp.

15–18 °C


21,5° KMW (107,5° Öchsle)

Age of vines

39 and 17 years


small oak barrel

Alcohol content

Alcohol 14 % vol.

Residual sugar

2,5 g/l


5,3 g/l

Manual harvest

100 % selected grapes