2020 Schreckbichl Pinot Nero

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$19.99

7 in stock

Tasting Notes

Brilliant medium ruby red with a fresh, fruity nose, reminiscent of red currants and black cherry; medium-bodied, round with soft tannins and ripe berry flavors well integrated with the acidity. A stylish and elegant wine.

Food Pairing – Perfect partner to light starters, roast partridge, rack of hare, Peking duck, and meaty fish.

Grape – Pinot Noir from old, pergola-trained vines and more recently planted vertical espalier-trellised vines.

About Schreckbichl

We have adopted the same practice in the cellar as our winegrowers use every day in the vineyards: that of working in harmony with nature.

When the cellar was renovated in 2009, we decided to upgrade our cellars not only on an architectural level, but also in terms of renewable energy sources. Our photovoltaic power station now covers 55% of the energy requirements of the cellar, where most of our machinery and computers are used. Through solar panels and heat recovery system, furthermore, we are in a position to meet 70% of our hot water requirements, needed to clean the bottling lines and tanks and heat the offices. Our energy concept allows us to operate sustainably and we are, to a great extent, energy self-sufficient.

2020 Schreckbichl Pinot Nero

$19.99

7 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: ,

Tasting Notes

Brilliant medium ruby red with a fresh, fruity nose, reminiscent of red currants and black cherry; medium-bodied, round with soft tannins and ripe berry flavors well integrated with the acidity. A stylish and elegant wine.

Food Pairing – Perfect partner to light starters, roast partridge, rack of hare, Peking duck, and meaty fish.

Grape – Pinot Noir from old, pergola-trained vines and more recently planted vertical espalier-trellised vines.

About Schreckbichl

We have adopted the same practice in the cellar as our winegrowers use every day in the vineyards: that of working in harmony with nature.

When the cellar was renovated in 2009, we decided to upgrade our cellars not only on an architectural level, but also in terms of renewable energy sources. Our photovoltaic power station now covers 55% of the energy requirements of the cellar, where most of our machinery and computers are used. Through solar panels and heat recovery system, furthermore, we are in a position to meet 70% of our hot water requirements, needed to clean the bottling lines and tanks and heat the offices. Our energy concept allows us to operate sustainably and we are, to a great extent, energy self-sufficient.