It is a fact that inexpensive, high-quality Pinot Noir is almost non-existent. Low yields, much attention in the vineyard and careful handling in the cellar followed by maturing the wine in barrel tend to make good Pinot an expensive wine. Hans first-class Pinot’s from lowest yields are crafted like the great Grand Crus but extremely well priced.
Explaining in writing how our wines age can be difficult to comprehend. That is why we often have vertical tastings, both at the winery for education purposes and at home with friends. It does not have to be a serious endeavour, but a great way to get together with friends and enjoy the wines with a homemade meal. Since Hans’ winemaking style is consistent year-to-year, and all farm all our grapes the same from our single vineyard, the variation are purely age and the different growing seasons. Depending on your food go from oldest to youngest or the other way around. The older wines are normally softer and more delicate, whilst the younger ones have richer fruit flavours and are full of energy.
We have raided his cellar and offer you a unique taste sensation. A rare vertical collection of:
Pinot Noir 2009
Pinot Noir 2010
Pinot Noir Grand Duc 2012
Pinot Noir 2013
Pinot Noir 2014
Pinot Noir Grand Duc 2015
A great addition to any wine collection. Click here to get yours today!