1636 Pinot Noir
Produced by Einig Zenzen "Dr. Zenzen" Wines
Background: The house of Dr Zenzen have since 1636 been wine growers in Germany. This family tradition of more than 380 years stands for great experience and exclusiveness concerning the quality of wines. The Einig-Zenzen family produces wine grown in the hills above the river Mosel in the small picturesque village of Valwig in the heart of the Mosel wine region.
1636-Our Heritage Line
The 1636 label was commemorated for this important year in the Zenzen family. The date the family started in the wine business. Thirteen generations of Zenzen’s have been producing wine since 1636.
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir grape. The phrase Holy Grail is often associated with the Pinot Noir grape.
Quality: QbA- Qualitatswein
Country of Origin: Germany
Type of bottle: 750 ml bottle
Type of Closure: cork closure
Alcohol content: 14.5 %vol
Residual Sugar: 3.9 g/l
Gluten: Gluten Free
Tasting Notes: The bouquet of extraordinary flavors can suggest anything from violets to truffles. On the palate you have a hint of raspberries and strawberries at the beginning leading to a jammy finish.
Food Suggestion: Great companion wine with any dish….experience the harmony with a lightly seared tuna dish or your favorite duck/goose creation.