Pinot Noir "Jansen"
Wine growing area: The Jansen vineyard is just below the village of Montan in the Lowlands. The Pinot Noir vines are grown over Guyot-system trellises at an altitude of 450 - 600 metres. The gravelly clay soil gives this wine its quintessential minerality.
Vinification: After the traditional maceration of the Pinot Noir grapes in open fermentation tanks, the wine is aged in large wooden barrels and small barriques.
Harvest and Yield: The grapes for this Pinot Noir reach their ideal stage of ripeness in early to mid September when they are picked by hand to produce a yield of 65 hectolitres of wine per hectare.
Reccomended with:: This Pinot is a great accompaniment to grilled red meat and mature cheeses.
Content: 0,75 l
Veronelli - 88/100