Pinot Noir is one of the biggest challenges for a winegrower. Pinot is very demanding on soil, climate, fermentation and maturing. It is a vine variety with very thin skin, berries grow very compact and it is susceptible to rot. The wine’s colour is less deep than that of Zweigelt or Blaufränkisch, it is intense in fragrance and taste and captivates with fine tannins. Blauburgunder is one of the varieties that necessitates a considerable degree of skill and instinctive feeling on part of the winegrower and presupposes a certain degree of interest and passion on part of the wineamateur.
|2015||13,0 %vol||5,2 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2015|
|2013||13,0 %vol||4,7 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2013|
|2012||13,5 %vol||4,5 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2012|
|2011||13,4 %vol||5,5 g/L||1,0 g/L||data sheet 2011|
|2009||12,5 %vol||4,9 g/L||1,1 g/L||data sheet 2009|
Prior vintages can be found in the support area.