Wine Gantenbein, Pinot Noir, 2010
Dark ruby-red color.
Taste wine fragrant and fresh, with a pleasant minerality, fruit shades, dominated by cherries, cherry and strawberry, tobacco and chocolate notes and earthy nuances.
Expressive bouquet of the wine is filled with aromas of wild raspberries and strawberries, chocolate notes.
Wine is perfect for various dishes of red and white meat, chicken, rabbit.
Gantenbein, Pinot Noir, 2012 - monosortovoe dry red wine, made in the classic Burgundian style. In the production of wine fermentation and malolactic fermentation in oak barriques held. Then the wine is aged in oak barrels for 14 months and bottled without filtration. The wine has excellent storage potential. According to experts - is one of the most outstanding Pinot Noir outside of Burgundy.
Marta and Daniel Gantenbein - the most famous winemakers in Switzerland. The first wine Gantenbein released in 1982. Being improved from year to year, the family began producing wine Gantenbein international level, and today they are considered the standard wine farm in Switzerland. Vineyards farms are located in the region Bündner Gerrshaft that in the eastern part of Switzerland, at the border with Liechtenstein and Austria. Pinot Noir has an area of 4.8 hectares, planted with Chardonnay 0.9 ha and Riesling given only 0.3 hectares. Harvesting is done by hand, and each bunch is taken individually, at the time of optimum ripeness. Yields vines kept low in order to achieve the maximum concentration of the juice of the berries.
Gantenbein winery in the tiny village of Flash are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, made in classic Burgundian style, and sweet wines from Riesling produced in very small quantities. Also, each year the winery in small quantities produces white wine, reserved only for the wine auction in Switzerland. In 1996 Daniel Gantenbein built the first in Switzerland cellar for Pinot Noir in 2006, the cellar was significantly expanded. Then was built and a separate cellar for aging wines from Chardonnay.
Wine farms Gantenbein are subject to collectibles in the world. They include the most famous restaurants in the world. Marta and Daniel Gantenbein were declared "Winemaker of the Year" by the professional German magazine "Weingourmet" during the annual awards ceremony "Wine Awards, 2008".