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Fläscher Pinot Noir Spondis 2017

AOC Graubünden, Weingut Hansruedi Adank, 750 ml

750 ml
Assortment Baur au Lac Vins20
Grape variety: Pinot noir
Producer: Hansruedi Adank
Origin: Schweiz / Ostschweiz / Bünder Herrschaft
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Article nr. 30107717
Grape variety: Pinot noir
Producer: Hansruedi Adank
Origin: Schweiz / Ostschweiz / Bünder Herrschaft
Other vintages:

Attributes

Origin: Schweiz / Ostschweiz / Bünder Herrschaft
Grape variety: Pinot noir
Label: Vegan, Certified integrated production
Ripening potential: 2 to 15 years
Serving temperature: 16 to 18 °C
Food pairing suggestion: Châteaubriand, Filet Wellington, Saddle of lamb fillet with herb jus, Roasted lamb gigot, Roast saddle of venison, Beef Stroganoff, Cheese board
Vinification: fermentation with grapes' own yeast, fermentation of entire grape, short must fermentation, soft pressing
Harvest: hand-picking
Maturation: in partly new and used barriques/ Pièces, long cultivation
Maturation duration: 18 months
Volume: 13.5 %
Note: Contains sulphites
Grape variety

Pinot noir

Blueprint of the terroir

No other variety expresses its terroir as precisely as Pinot noir. It is a sensitive, fragile grape. But when it succeeds, it gives the world some of its very greatest wine plants. It especially excels in Burgundy, where it has been cultivated for at least 700 years. Even in the middle ages, it was considered so precious that it was kept separate from other grapes so as to not diminish its value. The finest examples are delicate and fragrant with aromas of cherries and red berries. With maturity, notes of forest floor, leather and truffles enter as well. An irresistible fruity sweetness still shines through, even after several decades. The Pinot noir does well in cool locations: in Switzerland and in Germany, where it is known as Blauburgunder and Spätburgunder respectively; in Alsace and in South Tyrol, in Oregon, New Zealand and Tasmania. Not least, it yields fantastic champagnes. It is a wonderful culinary companion. With its soft tannins and charming bouquet, it meshes with everything, from Güggeli and cheeses to fried fish.

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Subregion

Graubünden

Graubünden: Mecca for Burgundy varieties

Nowhere in Switzerland has a better ratio of first-class Pinot noir crops to cultivation area than Graubünden. The ageing philosophy of vintners here leaves its imprint even more than the subtle differences in terroir from one vineyard village to the next. In recent years, three Pinot types have established themselves here: the light and sweet Herrschäftler for everyday drinking, the selections aged in large wooden barrels or used barriques, and of course the premium selections of individual estates matured in barriques.

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Region

Ostschweiz

Eastern Switzerland: an intriguing puzzle

Eastern Switzerland has long been positioned on the northern rim of the climate zone where the cultivation of popular Swiss varieties is possible. Due to a warming climate, the vineyards of Aargau, Zurich, Schaffhausen, Thurgau and Graubünden are now in the zone where varieties such as Müller-Thurgau or Pinot Noir succeed excellently. But even long-established, almost-forgotten varieties such as Elbling, Räuschling and Completer are experiencing a renaissance.

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Country

Switzerland

Switzerland – A small country with enormous diversity

Switzerland is famous for its banks, watches, and cheese, but not necessarily for its wine. The Swiss didn't invent wine, but they have been extremely open and curious to it. Wine culture arrived in what is now modern Switzerland via several routes: from Marseilles to Lake Geneva and the Lower Valais region; from the Aosta Valley through the Great St. Bernard Pass to the rest of Valais; from the Rhone through Burgundy, across the Jura Mountains to Lake Constance; and from Lombardy to Ticino, and then on to Grisons.

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