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Pinot Noir



Subtle scents of forest berries, black and cornelian cherries, asparagus and verbena, slightly floral and still restrained, on the palate raspberries interwoven with flavors of herbs & spice, purist, as gracefully as elegant and loaded with tension, great persistence and potential.

This Blauburgunder was made with the ripest Pinot Noir grapes, especially from the top vineyards Dechant and Käferberg.

The Dechant vineyard site is comprised of calcareous loess-clay soil terraces on the south-east slope. On the higher terraces is the clay with ancient rock and gravel deposits. Usually strict selection is necessary in wet vintages in order to obtain first-class grapes.

The Käferberg vineyard site is located at the upper end of an eastern slope at about 300 metres above sea level – in the north of the town of Langenlois. Preserved calcareous, clayey marine deposits are found there.
This soil is similar to that of the famous Château Petrus in Pomerol, and produces an extremely dense wine. The top layer is partly of sand and partly of primary rock.

Grape variety
Pinot Noir
Harvest yield
2,500 l / ha
Vine training system
Date of harvest
September 2019
Alcohol content
Bottle closure type
Natural cork


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Gault & Millau Weinguide 2024


The wine matured predominantly in 300 liters Austrian oak casks (1st and 2nd fillings) for 18 months. Assemblage is made from selected barrels according to the prospective aging potential of their content. With appropriate cellaring this wine should keep another decade or longer.

Food pairing recommendation

Matches with venison, lamb, roast beef, roast duck or goose etc.

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