Weingut Stigler Dry Pinot Noir Rosé VDP.Gutswein

A fresh and animated rosé made with the Pinot Noir grape, this wine from the Stigler stable comes with a fine Burgundy ripe fruit nose, reminiscent of strawberries and plums, good acidity and mineral balance with a lingering aftertaste.

The grapes come from the volcanic soil of the Stigler vineyards located at the most southern slope of the Kaiserstuhl. The grapes were fermented only for one night on their skins, and thereafter in large wooden barrel. This is a wine is known locally as Spätburgunder Weβherbst, and is a speciality of the Baden region.

Vineyard Stigler Kaiserstuhl
Classification VDP.Gutswein
Vine Variety Pinot Noir
Quality Category QbA
Taste Trocken
Bottle Size 75cl
Wine-growing Region Baden
Alcohol 12.94%
Residual Sugar 4.70 g/l
Total Acidity 5.80 g/l

A great wine to serve on a glorious summer evening with friends on its own, or as an aperitif before something to eat. Soft cheese, breads and salad offer the basis for a simple snack and refreshing glass of this much favoured wine.

An excellent marriage when eating smoked trout, fried fish and both light and dark meat dishes. Superb with asparagus, as well as with shellfish, Asian food and, of course, the famous Schnitzel vom Kalb (veal schnitzel).

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