Pinot Noir


Pinot Noir – Alto Adige DOC

Yield per hectare

50 hl

Recommended pairings

Red meats, lamb, fowl, and game

Serving temperature

16 – 18 °C (61 – 64 °F)


5 – 6 years

Data sheet

Suggestions for a correct waste management
Bottle: Green glass | GL 71 | Glass waste collection
Cork: Cork | FOR 51 | Separate waste collection
Capsule: Polylaminated aluminium capsule | C/ALU 90 | Aluminium-metal waste collection
Packing box (for multiples of bottles): Cartons | PAP 20 | Cardboard waste collection
Cardboard box (2-3 bottles): Paper | PAP 20 | Paper waste collection
Paper label: Labels attached to the front and back of bottles are not subject to separate disposal from the glass bottle.
Please check local program giude lines for waste collection.

Price on request



This Pinot Noir flourishes in the cultivated vineyards in the immediate vicinity of the winery at an elevation of 450 m. (1,400 ft.).


These hills on calcareous clay and gravelly soils and the very well-suited climate form the ideal basis for producing a Pinot Noir of highest quality.



The stems are immediately removed and the grapes are fermented at a constant temperature of 26 – 28 °C (79 – 82 °F) for about 7 days.


The must is kept in contact with the skins through circulation pumping and gentle pressure from below. We thus achieve ideal results with the coloring from the skins and emphasize the fruitiness of the wine. After two gentle rackings, half of this Pinot Noir is aged over some months in large barrels of French oak, and the remainder is aged in small casks of French oak (barriques) which are 2 – 3 years old. After blending, the wine is bottled and then aged some additional months in the bottle before it goes on sale.