Pinot Noir is probably one of the earliest varieties selected from the wild vines. Charles the Fat brought it to Lake Constance in 884. In the 18th century the variety came from Burgundy to the Ahr …...
The Spätburgunder is probably one of the earliest varieties selected from wild vines. Charles the Fat brought her in 884 to Lake Constance. In the 18th century, the variety came from Burgundy to the Ahr and is here with over 300 ha, the most important red wine vine.
The noble and very old grape variety demands a lot of care and places high demands on climate and soil and of course feels extremely well in our steep slate slopes.
The Spätburgunder wines are full-bodied and velvety and have a fruity aroma and nuances of almond. It has a delicate scent of cherry and blackberry to blackcurrant. The Pinot Noir is drunk at 16 to 18 degrees. He accompanies roast or game and also the cheese plate.
Alcohol: 12.00% vol.
Sugar: 12.00 g / l
Acid: 6.40 g / l