fresh, lean to medium bodied
A subtle smokiness, tender red cherry on nose,minerality,spicy.Lovely freshness,depth on flavours with wonderful red fruit.Good acidity,soft-fine tannin and lingering finish.
Beef, veal, game, poultry
The "little" brother of Centgrafenberg and Hundsrück. The Bürgstadter Berg benefits from the mild, warm microclimate protected by the low mountain range Odenwald and Spessart.
old barriques aging
The yield is 4-4.5 tons per hectar. Open vats fermenation is used and partly whole bunch pressing. The grapes for this Erste Lage Pinot Noir come only exclusively from Centgrafenberg and Hundsrück.
Wine growing has flourished in Bürgstadt since 16th century and this mountain is thus the first protected designation of origin for a vineyard in Germany.