The Blauburgunder (= Pinot Noir, Spätburgunder) is one of the traditional varieties in South Tyrol. At Schreckbichl's St. Daniel Riserva combines tradition and modernity in aging by using 1/3 barriques and 2/3 traditional large wooden barrels. After bottling, we wait another year before the wine is ready for sale.
The Sankt Daniel Pinot Nero Riserva comes from vineyards in Cornaiano, Eppan and Montan and grows at an altitude of about 350m on volcanic soil. The high temperature differences between day and night promote the formation of aromas in the grapes. The result is a typical Burgundy from South Tyrol with a medium garnet colour, aromas of red berries and cherries and a delicate note of wood. An elegant red with aging potential.
We particularly recommend this elegant red wine with game dishes, veal or poultry, and if you like, you can even serve it with hearty fish dishes.
|Optimal drinking maturity:||now through 2027+|
|Analytical data:||13.5% ABV; 2.1 g/L residual sugar, 5.4 g/L acid|
|Removal:||1/3 in barriques and 2/3 in large casks|
|Grape variety:||100% Pinot Noir|
|Ratings:||91/100 James Suckling (2019 vintage), 93/100 Parker's Wine Advocate (2017 vintage)|
|Type:||dry red wine|
Bottled by: Kellerei Schreckbichl / Cantine Colterenzio, Weinstraße 8, 39057 Cornaiano Italy
Product from Italy - contains sulfites