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The red wine Pinot noir, in South Tyrol better known as Blauburgunder is ruby to garnet in colour with a firm backbone of tannin, a concentrated aroma and flavour reminiscent of woodland berry fruits and impressive length.
In South Tyrol the total area planted is 334 ha with the focus of production on the South of South Tyrol, Überetsch, Bozen valley basin, Adige Valley, Vinschgau.
The Pinot noir goes well in combination with richly flavoured meat dishes, game and piquant hard cheeses. Being a red wine it should be served at room temperature of 16-18 C
DOC designations: Südtiroler Blauburgunder, Südtirol Vinschgau Blauburgunder