Red of Saint-Hippolyte (communal appellation) - 2015
Creation and Terroir Range
100% Pinot Noir, from Old Vines older than 50 years. Communal appellation, the Red of Saint-Hipoplyte, from the Clos des Aubépines, owns a clear nose of grilled spicies and ripe red fruits. The mouth is smooth with silky tannins.
|A.O.C. Alsace Communal - St Hippolyte||
Contenance : 75cl
Degré d'alcool : 14 °
Cépages : Pinot Noir Tannicité : 7/10 modérés
Température de service : entre 15 et 17°C Temps de garde : 10 à 20 ans
Ideas of food pairing: Our taste buds were delighted with parings as grilled rib steak, beef cheek with Pinot Noir or game, but give your creativity free rein and suprise yourself.
Description of the Terroir : From Old Vines older than 45 years. A very particular soil which is brown with a granitic substrate (granitic composition - mica, quartz and feldspaths) giving delicate and lenght wines.
Harvest and Vinification: Capacity of 3500 litres per hectar. Hand picking with grape sorting and selection. Total destem. Partial 60°C maceration in horizontal and circular tank (vinimatic). Slow and progressive pressing. Flow of the must by gravity. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation regulated between 18°C and 20°C. Growing on thin sediments. Traditional cork.