The light-footed Pinot Noir from Weingut Bründlmayer glides into the glass with a brilliant light red. Tilting the glass a bit, a transition of the hue towards garnet red is visible at the edges of this barrel-aged wine. When swirling the glass, this red wine is characterized by an immense lightness that makes it dance with verve in the glass. To the nose, this Weingut Bründlmayer red wine shows all sorts of blueberries, black cherries, blackberries, plums and black currants. As if that wasn't already impressive, the aging in large wooden barrels adds other aromas such as cocoa bean, gingerbread spice and oriental spices.
The Weingut Bründlmayer Pinot Noir inspires with its elegantly dry flavor. It was bottled with only 1.3 grams of residual sugar. This is a real quality wine, which clearly stands out from simpler qualities and so this Austrian naturally enchants with the finest balance despite all dryness. Taste does not necessarily need sugar. Due to its present fruit acidity, the Pinot Noir reveals itself exceptionally fresh and lively on the palate. The finale of this red wine with good aging potential from the wine-growing region of Lower Austria, more precisely from Kamptal, finally captivates with considerable reverberation.
Vinification of the Winery Bründlmayer Pinot Noir
The basis for the elegant Pinot Noir from Lower Austria are grapes from the Pinot Noir grape variety. Pinot Noir is an Old World wine through and through, as this Austrian breathes an extraordinary European charm that clearly underscores the success of Old World wines. The ripening of the grapes for this Pinot Noir wine is influenced to a very high degree by the climate of the growing region. In Lower Austria, 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. After harvesting, the grapes are immediately taken to the pressing house. Here they are sorted and carefully broken up. Fermentation then takes place in large wood at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging on the fine lees for several months before the wine is finally drawn into bottles.
Food recommendation for the Pinot Noir from Weingut Bründlmayer
This red wine from Austria is best enjoyed at a temperature of 15 - 18°C. It is perfect as an accompanying wine to roasted calf's liver with apples, onions and balsamic vinegar sauce, goose breast with ginger red cabbage and marjoram or boeuf bourguignon.
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