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Weingut Esterhazy Pinot Noir Grosshoflein 2021

If you love the likes of a Gevrey Chambertin, you will love this
Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero)
  • $65.00

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Red Fruit, Citrus Fruit, and Pepper / Spice, Toasted and Sweet Spice

BODY: Medium -
Medium +
Pronounced (12-14%)

Origin: Burgenland, Austria

Grape Varietals:
Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero)

Crushed, Wild yeast, and Malolactic Fermentation

Maturation: 19-24 Months Oak Barrels


Hard Cheeses & Charcuterie. Roast Chicken. Pork Chops

Sesame Oil Claypot Chicken, Zi Char, Nasi Padang


Weingut Esterhazy Pinot Noir Großhöflein 2021

Typical soils of the Leithaberg are mica schist and "Leithakalk" which give the wines depth and a unique mineral note. Cool nights paired with numerous hours of sunshine, proximity to Lake Neusiedl and forested slopes of the Leitha Mountains, are all factors which contribute to the lively freshness of these wines.

Their vineyards are located in the districts of Sankt Margarethen, Rust, Sankt Georgen, Eisenstadt, Grosshöflein and Oslip. Structure and depth dominate the characteristics of these wines, presenting a clear impression of the potential of the varying districts.

Grape Varietals & Region: 100% Pinot Noir from Grosshöflein, Leithaberg, Austria. Vines of up to 45 years old, grown on loamy black soil on shell limestone

Taste Profile: Medium ruby with a dark core and typical rim brightening. In the nose fine Burgundy notes of wild strawberries and cherries, underlaid with blood oranges and marzipan. The elegant wood note adds complexity. Very elegant and delicate on the palate, the silky tannins and the powerful body provide a great structure.

Winemaking Process: The grapes from our best vineyards are carefully hand-picked and checked again on sorting tables at the winery. The must is first cold macerated for 5 days to extract colour and fruit. The must ferments for 18 days in large 5,500-litre wooden fermenters at 24 to 28 degrees Celsius. This is followed by 14 months of ageing in mostly used 500-litre barrels. After bottling, the wine is left in the bottle for another year to further harmonise.