Engelsstaub

Bühlertal Engelsfelsen
2017 Pinot Noir
dry

46,53  / l

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Village wines

Engelsstaub

Bühlertal Engelsfelsen
2017 Pinot Noir
dry

ENGELSSTAUB

(noun, masculine)
Meaning:
The finest essence from the ancient Pinot Noir vines at the Engelsfelsen, carrying elegant aromas for the most beautiful hours of the day.

Experience:

Generous complexity of aromas of blueberries and licorice. On the palate this Pinot noir appears very elegant and balanced with a gripping, long finish.

Elegantly with:

whole-roasted saddle of venison with rosemary potatoes.
Drinking temperature: 16 -18 °C



Vine yard:

The vineyard is situated in the village of Bühlertal. The weathered primary rock with a light loam and loess layer is a vineyard soil that is favored by all Burgundian varieties. Weathering of the gra

Yield:

41 hl/ha; Sugar content at harvest 87 °Oe.

Analyses:

Alcohol 13,5 % by vol.; Residual sugar 0,3 g/l; Total Acidity 5,9 g/l.
℮: 0,75 L
Alcohol content: 13,5 % VOL

Grape variety: Pinot noir
Growing area: Ortenau, Baden
Estate filling: Weingut NÄGELSFÖRST

Contains sulphites.

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