Pinot Noir 2013, 13% alc., Red Dry, full body
Characteristics: Delicate aromas of raspberry and delicate spicy notes reminiscent of moist soil, elegant and fruit charming, elegant on the palate spices, delicate integrated tannins, finesse and very closely, unmistakable varietal flavor, complex structured and demanding, beautifully harmonious and long dominated by Weinviertler terroir. Pure drinking pleasure!
Food pairing: Pairs well with wild fowl and duck breast or deer. Also a true enjoyment by its own.
Grape variety: Pinot Noir. Barrel maturation: Yes (approximately 20 months in barrique). Ideal serving temperature: 14-16°C
Producing authentic wines with character means taking full account of natural conditions. With utmost appreciation for soil quality and respect for tradition, mindful of natural resources and in the heart of a delightful landscape Zull creates wines that have been grown on soils aged over millions of years. Even in the middle Ages, the microclimate of the northern Weinviertel was recognised as being ideal for wine, as the area around Schrattenthal, Austria’s smallest wine-growing town, boasts a unique terroir. In order to be able to exploit the natural potential of soil, climate and vine to the full, more attention than ever must be paid to precise, systematic working in the vineyard.