Blauburgunder, Pinot Nero - 2020

Winemaker : Brunnenhof

Calling this wine “Blauburgunder” rather than Pinot Nero seems more accurate and precise to us, as it evokes its elegant suppleness. It releases a beautiful floral and fruity bouquet. Harmony and complexity won't be of lack.

Price
€19.83
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Wine tasting advice

  Light rubis red.
 Complex bouquet of flowers (rose, geranium) and red fruits (cherry, plum). Spicy notes. We are even surprised to find notes of frangipane.
Soft tannins with great suppleness, accompanied by fruity and full-bodied notes.

Vinification

Fermentation of the grapes in large wooden barrels. Aging in barrels of second passage (or more).

Terroir

The grapes for this Blauburgender come from young vines, mainly planted in the heart of the estate in Mazzon, as well as in a second plot, in Prato del Re. The mixture of sandy clay soil and rich in minerals, the wind from the Lake Garda, coupled with an afternoon sun, offers perfect conditions for the vineyards of the estate, at around 250 m above sea level.

Appellation : Alto Adige DOC
Garde : 10 ans
0.75 L
% 13.0
14°-16°

Le vigneron

In 1999, Johanna and Kurt Rottensteiner transferred the family farm, which has been active for more than a century in the town of Bolzano, to the Mazzon plateau, known as a breeding ground for Pinot Noir in the Upper Adige. Assisted by their children Johan and Eva, they opted for organic viticulture and rehabilitated an old country cottage, now surrounded by their 2.6 hectares of vines. Attached to their land and to this life dictated by nature, they managed to raise their wines among the most qualitative in the region.

  Light rubis red.
 Complex bouquet of flowers (rose, geranium) and red fruits (cherry, plum). Spicy notes. We are even surprised to find notes of frangipane.
Soft tannins with great suppleness, accompanied by fruity and full-bodied notes.

Vinification

Fermentation of the grapes in large wooden barrels. Aging in barrels of second passage (or more).

Terroir

The grapes for this Blauburgender come from young vines, mainly planted in the heart of the estate in Mazzon, as well as in a second plot, in Prato del Re. The mixture of sandy clay soil and rich in minerals, the wind from the Lake Garda, coupled with an afternoon sun, offers perfect conditions for the vineyards of the estate, at around 250 m above sea level.