£35.91/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Franz Haas Pinot Nero Schweizer 2017
Bottle size and vintage
Franz Haas likes to compare the Pinot Noir grape to a wild horse, elegant but difficult to tame; this man welcomes the challenge year after year, in search of a great result which, if not achieved, means that this wine is not even produced.
At sight it presents itself with the typical pale but brilliant ruby red color; on the nose, with a fruity bouquet of ripe undergrowth, spicy notes of leather and black pepper peep out. Excellent taste-olfactory correspondence; in the mouth it is soft, enveloping, elegant, fine and persistent. An austere wine, to understand, to listen, but certainly capable of seducing.
Enjoy it with feathered game, pheasant and duck, braised game, polenta with stewed venison.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Ce vin est tout simplement magnifique , un bouquet extraordinaire. il a rien a dire un peu plus de de cave.
The Pinot Noir vineyards belonging to Franz Haas are the highest in the Alto Adige and grow where the demands of the altitude require a viticulture that's arduous and downright difficult. Since 1880 this family-run winery, one of the most firmly-rooted in this region, has shown dedication and respect in their work with the varieties which adapt best to the location's extreme conditions; among them is the Pinot Noir, with Franz Haas being one of its greatest interpreters. T...