LÖCHLE is located in the south exposed part of the Burgberg. The vineyards are partly terraced, partly they have a slope of up to 40%. The grapes are harvested gently by hand, several harvesting passes ensure that only ripe and undamaged berries reach the cellar. At the winery, they are conscientiously sorted and fermented in small bunches as whole berries and whole bunches in wooden cuves. The goal is to obtain fruit-intensive, complex, persistent Pinot Noirs with a fine tannin structure. The malolactic fermentation takes place in barriques, where the wines age for 8-12 months.
A subtle and spicy wood and toasted note that combines wonderfully with the distinct flavors of cherry, plum and black currant.
To beef tenderloin and roast, boeuf bourguignon, Mediterranean lamb, coq au vin rouge and wild fowl.
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