Fritz Wieninger is considered a pioneer of the “New Vienna” wine movement, combining a sense of modernity and progress with the traditions of the region and of his family, who have been making wine for over 100 years. The high acidity, medium body, medium alcohol, and low tannins make the '18 Pinot Noir a very food-friendly wine.
Varietal: 100% Pinot Noir grown according to organic and biodynamic certifications to keep the soil and surrounding habits free from chemicals. Juicy and medium-bodied, it boasts ripe cherry and orange aromas on the nose with a plummy, mineral palate.
Taste: In the nose are ripe cherry and orange aromas along with a delicate spice undertone. The palate expresses ripe plum notes, a mineral texture, finesse-laden acidity, and soft, playful tannins. Highly elegant, more than medium-bodied and very Burgundian with good potential for development. There is concentration and freshness and a lovely, brooding resonance. The finish is bright and lasting.
Pairing Suggestions: The wine’s high acidity, medium body/alcohol, and low tannins make it a pleasure to pair. A classic partner to roasted poultry, vegetarian dishes featuring mushrooms and even the traditional cedar-planked salmon.