Blauburgunder 2018 Trattmann GIRLAN Magnum


(€56.13 / L)

VAT included

Growing area: the grapes for this wine come from our best and oldest vineyards in Mazon and Girlan. These vineyards are particularly suitable due to microclimatic
conditions as well as the age of the vines and have proven themselves over decades. The main part of the grapes comes from Mazon, where we find deep clay and limestone
soils. The second part comes from our oldest vineyards in Girlan, where we find a moraine deposit on volcanic porphyry rock.

Vinification and ageing: the grapes are harvested by hand and delivered in small containers. The must - 10% of which is vinified as whole grapes - is then gravity-fed into
steel vats where fermentation takes place (20-24 days). After malolactic fermentation, the wine is matured for 12 months in barriques and small wooden barrels (12 hl). This
is followed by 8 months of ageing in large wooden barrels (70 hl). The wine is stored in the bottle for another 8 months.

Wine portrait: ruby red colour with light garnet nuances. Intense and
complex aroma with hints of ripe fruit, sweet and sour cherry. The wine presents itself elegant and yet full-bodied with an excellent acid structure and present tannin.

Particularly suitable for roasts, game and spicy cheeses.

Vintage 2018
Growing region Mazon, Girlan
Grape variety Pinot Noir
Serving temperature (°C) 14-16
Yield (hl/ha) 39
Alcohol (vol%) 14,5
Total acidity (g/l) 5,9
Residual sugar (g/l) 0,4
Shelf life (years) 12
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Red wine
Winery Girlan