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Stadlmann Pinot Noir Organic Thermenregion Austria 2019 750ml

SKU: 210000013463 ISBN: 9120051040198

Like the estate’s white wines, this is fermented and aged entirely in large, well-worn oak casks and bottled without fining and with only a gentle filtration_read more

$24.99
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Wine Information:

Country: Austria

Region: Niederosterreich

Sub-Region:

Appellation: Thermenregion

Variety: Pinot Noir

Type: Reds

Size: 750ml

$24.99

 

This lovely Pinot Noir comes from a 6th generation family winery in the Thermen Region, just a short drive south from Vienna.
Cistercian Monks planted Pinot Noir vines here as early as the 12th century. Aging is done only in old oak barrels to preserve
the purity and freshness of the fruit. Aromas and flavors of bright red fruits are accented by a light peppery spice on the finish. - Rand Sieger Buyer, 67Wine

 

Produced from vines planted well south of the cluster of northern-Thermenregion villages that comprise the majority of their holdings, Stadlmann’s Pinot Noir (called “Blauburgunder” locally) is simultaneously fresh and substantial, offering the textural harmoniousness of their white wines, as well as a lifted and elegant spice character that puts one in the mind of excellent red Burgundy. (After all, it was the Cistercian monks who brought Pinot Noir from Burgundy to the Thermenregion in the late 1100s.) Like the estate’s white wines, this is fermented and aged entirely in large, well-worn oak casks and bottled without fining and with only a gentle filtration.

James Suckling 91 Points | I like the smoky, dried-cherry, blackberry and strawberry character and just a hint of dark chocolate. It’s full-bodied, round and flavorful. Drinkable now, but better in 2021.

This lovely Pinot Noir comes from a 6th generation family winery in the Thermen Region, just a short drive south from Vienna.
Cistercian Monks planted Pinot Noir vines here as early as the 12th century. Aging is done only in old oak barrels to preserve
the purity and freshness of the fruit. Aromas and flavors of bright red fruits are accented by a light peppery spice on the finish. - Rand Sieger Buyer, 67wine