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Gerhard Markowitsch
Pfarrgasse 6, A-2464 Göttlesbrunn
+43 (0) 21 62 / 82 22
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Next Event: GÖTTLESBRUNNER JUNGWEINSCHNUPPERN More Info
Gerhard Markowitsch
Pfarrgasse 6, A-2464 Göttlesbrunn
+43 (0) 21 62 / 82 22
weingut@markowitsch.at
CARNUNTUM | ÖSTERREICH

Pinot Noir Reserve 2009

 

A striking aromatic arc of liquorice, dog-rose, cloves and black pepper. Very intense and concentrated, endowed with very fine structural tannins, crystalline acidity and a beautifully silky finish.

  • site & soil a very windy site - perfect conditions for Pinot Noir
  • harvest End of September to beginning October, hand harvested in multiple passes
  • fermentation spontaneous fermentation on the skins in wooden vats at 27-29°C, followed by malolactic fermentation in barriques
  • élevage 16 months in French oak barriques
  • alcohol 13.2% vol
  • residual sugar 1.2 g/l
  • acidity 4.9 g/l
  • food pairing The wine’s freshness is accentuated with slight cooling. Perfect for sautéed porcinis with parsley, wild fowl with strong spices, and for ripe cheeses.

FALSTAFF
94 Points

A LA CARTE
90 Points

Ried Scheibner is situated relatively high-up at 220 metres elevation, like an elongated half-pipe between the vineyards Aubühel and Bärnreiser in Höflein. It is gently exposed towards the east, and because of its kettle-shaped form is particularly well protected from the wind. These factors provide good, dry conditions for the Pinot family. In addition, the site shows a pronounced proportion of limestone at the root, while the surface is covered with sandy and gravelly loam, in places with loess. more Info