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Pinot Noir Strangenberg, Domaine Pierre Frick 2019
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Domaine Pierre Frick has been handed down throughout the family for twelve generations and now covers 12 ha of vineyards. It is managed by Jean-Pierre and Chantal Frick, and their son Thomas Frick.
At the forefront of the biodynamic movement Jean-Pierre Frick makes wines that are scrupulously natural.
Colour: bright garnet. Nose: subtle notes of ripe red fruits (raspberry jam, elderberries, enhanced by hints of violets, clove and toasted almonds. Generous, fresh and vivacious on the palate. Finish: ripe, well-integrated, yet firm tannins hemming in distinct flavours of redcurrant jam and blackcurrant and Morello cherry, yet a definitely saline impression tops off the finale.
Producer Domaine Pierre Frick
Origin Alsace, France
Grapes Pinot Noir
Alcohol 13.5% ABV
Style Full body elegant red
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Fifteen days of maceration, (on whole grapes) to extract the colour and the tannins. Wild yeast fermentation, without temperature control. The must was pressed in a pneumatic press. 6 months of lees-ageing (without lees-stirring) in100-year-old old oak barrel of 3000 litres. This wine has had NO contact with sulphur at all (none was added at bottling). Undergoes full malolactic. Light filtration over cellulose plate two hours before bottling, but no fining.
Notes Demeter certified, Biodynamic, Organic, Natural