Pinot Noir

The Pinot Noir shows structure, strength and the individuality of the Rhodt sites. Picked by hand and spontaneously fermented in wooden barrels. Small berry clones add complexity.
14,90 EUR

Origin: From the Rosengarten, Schlossberg and Klosterpfad sites, grown on clay, limestone and loess-clay soil
Aging: spontaneous fermentation on the skins with partially whole grapes, 14-18 days of maceration, 12-14 months in small oak barrels
Description of the wine: cool raspberry and cassis fruit, elegantly integrated acidity, dense and complex on the finish

Other wine recommendations: Pinot Noir Rosengarten , Cabernet Cuvée Loess-Lehm

alcohol 14.0% vol.
acid 5.4g/l
residual sugar 1.5g/l
serving temperature 16ºC to 18ºC
Note on allergens contains sulphites
quality quality wine b. A
growing area Palatinate
country Germany
content per bottle 0.75 liters