Wine Loimer, Langenlois Pinot Noir, Niederosterreich, 2013
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The color of the wine - dark red with a burgundy tint.
The wine has a silky texture and vibrant, rich flavor with a dominant palette of ripe fruit and red berries, as well as the nuances of pepper and oak.
Bunch of wine was originally revealed exquisite tones of vanilla and oak, then to the circuit flavor adds a touch of red currants and cherries.
The wine will be an excellent addition to the game, such as venison stew, and grilled red meats and aged cheeses.
Refined red wine from Langenlois Pinot Noir Loimer company is one of the largest wine-growing regions - Kamptal. The convenient location of the vineyards, rich in clay and limestone soils are creating perfect conditions for growing Pinot Noir. Harvest of grapes harvested in late September, the berries are pressed and macerated for three weeks. Fermentation is carried out in oak barrels at 30 ° C. Matured wine is 12 months in 300-liter oak barrels, followed by another 6 months Langenlois Pinot Noir is contained in steel containers. Vintage 2013 is best consumed in the period from 2016 to 2025, but now the ability to enjoy a sophisticated wine, fruit and berry taste and rich aroma.
Born into a family of winemakers, Fred Loimer Jr. immediately decided to continue the family tradition. After study and work abroad, he returned to his father's winery, to use their knowledge in the production of wine. In 1998, a year after the management of the economy fell into the hands of Fred Jr., he acquired the historic vaulted brick cellar, a former cellar Haindorf Castle. With the help of the architect Andreas Burghardt Fred Loymer renovated basement, adding on top of a building in a minimalist style, which serves as an office and a tasting room.
Since 1999, wine farms Loimer stored in the historic cellar in perfect, natural temperature conditions. In addition, the grape varieties Riesling and Vetlinger with individual sites are ranked among the best wines of Austria and the world.