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With the winery Markgraf von Baden Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Spätburgunder comes a first-class red wine in the wine glass. In this it presents a wonderfully bright, light red color. If you swirl the glass, you can perceive a first-class balance in this red wine, because it stands out on the glass walls neither watery nor syrupy or liqueur-like. To the nose, this winery Markgraf von Baden red wine presents all sorts of blueberries, blackberries, black currants and mulberries. As if that wasn't already impressive, the aging in large wooden barrels adds more aromas like cinnamon, vanilla and dark chocolate.
This dry red wine from Weingut Markgraf von Baden is just right for purists who can't drink their wine dry enough. The Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Spätburgunder comes quite close to this, as it was pressed with just 1.2 grams of residual sugar. Balanced and complex, this powerful red wine presents itself on the palate. Due to its concise fruit acidity, the Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Pinot Noir is wonderfully fresh and lively on the palate. The finale of this youthful red wine from the wine-growing region of Baden, more precisely from Durbach, finally convinces with considerable reverberation. The finish is also accompanied by mineral notes of the soils dominated by weathered rock and granite.
Vinification of the Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Pinot Noir from Weingut Markgraf von Baden
The basis for the balanced Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Spätburgunder from Baden are grapes from the Spätburgunder grape variety. The grapes grow under optimal conditions in Baden. The vines here dig their roots deep into soils of granite and weathered rock. Moreover, the grapes of this top wine from Weingut Markgraf von Baden do not grow in the lowlands, but dig their roots into the subsoil in steep slopes. The steep slope cultivation ensures that the vines catch a maximum of sun even in less sunny wine-growing regions with shorter growing seasons. Of course, the Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Spätburgunder is also determined by the climate and viticultural style of Durbach. This German wine can be described as an Old World wine in the best sense of the word, with an exceptionally impressive presentation. The ripening of the grapes for this wine made from Pinot Noir is influenced to an undeniable extent by the climate of the growing region. In Baden, the grapes thrive in a rather cool climate, which is reflected, among other things, in particularly long and uniform grapes and a rather moderate must weight. The grapes for this red wine from Germany, after ensuring optimal ripeness, are harvested exclusively by hand . After harvesting, the grapes quickly reach the winery. Here they are sorted and carefully broken up. Fermentation follows in large wood at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging for several months in large oak barrels.
Food recommendation for the winery Markgraf von Baden Durbacher Schloss Staufenberg Pinot Noir
This German wine is best enjoyed tempered at 15 - 18°C. It is perfect as an accompanying wine to roasted calf's liver with apples, onions and balsamic vinegar sauce, cod with cucumber-mustard vegetables or chickpea curry.
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