Pinot Noir, also known as Blauer Burgunder (literally: blue Burgundy) comes from Burgundy in France but finds a natural home on the gentle slopes of Austria’s Thermenregion vineyards. These particularly well protected slopes, with a favourable microclimate, enable the demanding Pinot Noir grapes to achieve full ripeness and what results is a powerful, terroir-influenced wine with a distinctive supple tannin structure and a fine array of aromas.
Medium ruby red with a brick-red garnet edge and a smoky, aromatic nose reminiscent of blackberries and sour cherries, this Pinot Noir is medium-bodied with bright, ripe, red but crunchy cherry fruit, black tar and smoky pepper notes and would work harmoniously with both black truffle pasta and more delicate lamb dishes.
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