The "Blauschiefer" is a very good example of the extraordinary combination of slate and Pinot Noir. The stony soil creates a mineral wine with a smoky aroma of red fruits like blackberry, red current and dark cherry, that is accompanied by floral and roasted aroma, with a good substance and sustainability, elegant and smooth tannins.
Vinification: Fully ripeness of grapes and hand picking. Yield about 40-45 hl/ha. Gentle treatment of the crop. Crushed must fermentation and maceration for about 20 days. Maturaringin barrels (French oak) for 11 months for the most part in used barrels just to underline thine elegant wine.
Soil: Slate and greywacke decomposition stone.
Food Recommendations: This wine goes well with poultry, light meat, paste and mushrooms as well as a spicy companion to grilled stronger spiced fish.
Alcohol: 13,5% vol.
Res. sugar: 0,3 g/l
Acidity: 5,2 g/l