Site: The Pinot Noir grows in our top site Kalmit The vineyards are exposed to the south. The "Kleine Kalmit" is a little hill (272m) that was formed during the Tertiary and the sinking of the Upper Rhine Rift. The area around the Kleine Kalmit His is the Palatinate is called the classical square mile of geology because it consists of a unique combination of rock. The soil is extremely calcareous. This southern slope of the Kleine Kalmit is perfect for wines of strong character and high maturity.
Wine: Cool cherry fruity nose, precise and herbal, clear, chalky texture, juicy, very elegant, precise tannins, complex, long finish, fine barrique taste, calcareous grip.
Vinification: Gentle processing of the grapes, classic mash fermentation, 12 months barrique storage.
Food pairing recommendation: Beef bourguignon, grilled entrecôte, roast beef with herb crust, coq au vin.
Alcohol: 13,5% vol.
Res.sugar: 0,1 g/l
Acidity: 5,0 g/l