Pinot noir from South Tyrol

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir from South Tyrol is different from Pinot Noir in other regions and shows a personality of its own. It is a demanding grape varietal that is doing well in our moderately elevated vineyards, producing a well-structured wine that is ruby to garnet red in colour. It aromas are intense and remind us of dark and red berries, cloves and violets. On the palate our Pinot Noir is elegant and silky, with pleasant tannin and a long finish. It is an excellent companion to roast and steamed meat dishes.


Location: Tscherms

Altitude: 430 m

Hillside vineyard: south - southeast

Soil: moraine soils

Grape variety: Pinot noir

Type of wine: still wine

Maturing: 5 years

Volume percent: 13% Vol

Total acidity: 5 g/l

Serving temperature: 14 - 16 °C

Serving suggestion: steamed, roastet, grilled dishes; pasta – risotto; cooked ham, soft- semihard-hard cheese; South Tyrolean dishes

Optics: very dark cherry red, slightly bluish reflections

Odour: intense fragrance; fruity: red dark berries - forest fruits, spicy: clove, cinnamon

Body: intense, good body, harmonious acidity, tannins well present, soft and integrated, long finish

Vinification: harvested by hand in small bins, maceration on the skins at controlled temperature, pumping over of the cap to to intensify the typical aromas, ageing and maturation partly in small wooden barrels and partly in stainless steel tanks

Cultivation: no use of herbicides; sustainable and in harmony with nature

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