Opens with a clear, fresh, elegant and subtle bouquet of ripe red berries and cherries. Rich and sumptuous on the palate, this is a juicy, round and fleshier Pinot compared to the refreshing 2016. The 2017 is fine and reveals a grippy, still slightly astringent tannin structure.
This Blauburgunder was made with the ripest Pinot Noir grapes, especially from the top vineyards Dechant and Käferberg.
- 93 / 100
- Falstaff Wein Guide 2020/21
- 90 / 100
- ROBERT PARKER, THE WINE ADVOCATE 03/20
A traditional vinification includes one and a half weeks maceration followed by maturation in 2 to 3 years old 300 liters Austrian oak barrels.
Food pairing recommendation
Grilled meats including game, duck and goose as well as all sorts of roast or braised meats, fresh cheeses etc.