The Pinot Noir of Hannes Hoffmann and Olympia Samara has more in common stylistically with France than with the often overly velvety German interpretations - yet it embodies its origins very independently: its deep, clear fruit is cool, the tannin very fine, the structure juicy and light-footed, playful and serious at the same time.
The grapes for the wine originate from the steep shell limestone terraces above the River Enz, fermented in open wooden fermentation vats and matured in used wood.
Grape variety: Pinot Noir
Vineyard: Shell limestone, steep slopes on the Enzschleife
Harvest: By hand
Fermentation: spontaneous | wild yeasts, open wooden fermentation vats
Ageing: in used barriques and tonneaux
SO₂: < 50 mg/l
Alcohol content: 11.5 % vol.
Closure: Natural cork
Drinking temperature: 16-18°C
Perfect drinking period: from now - 2028
Content and price per litre: 0.75 l/(€24.87/l)
Maxime: All winegrowers listed with Vinonudo work with compost, organic fertiliser and natural preparations in their vineyards and refrain from using herbicides, pesticides and artificial fertilisers.