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.
Here we cultivate 3.3 hectares of Pinot Noir and .7 ha Chardonnay
Pinot Noir More Info
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.