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Pinot Noir No. 3

NEW IN! Legendary Pinot Noir from Eastern Switzerland.

A phenomenal Pinot Noir from Eastern Switzerland. Shows how it should be done!


Source
Switzerland
Red

Information

About this vintage

Vintage
2011
SKU
4115219
Composition
Pinot Noir 100%
Ripeness
Normal
Alcohol
13 %
Stock
3
Last tasted
2016
Keep until
2020+
Bottle Size
0.75L

Wine Details

Country
Switzerland
Colour
Red
Region
Eastern Switzerland
Wine features
Integrated Production, Slow Wine
Variety
Pinot Noir
Sweet
No
Sparkling
No
Ripeness
Normal
Aged in
Barrel (old)
Serve at
17
Wine features
Integrated Production, Slow Wine

More about this wine

Why we have it
It's an earthy version of the #2.
Why choose this
You like elegantly oaked Pinot Noir.
What to expect
Pinot Noir bliss with a touch of "sous bois".
How to serve it
Anything with mushrooms is an amazing match.

Schloss Bachtobel is recognised as a reference for Pinot Noir. Worth every penny.

"This superb wine from the Schlossgut Bachtobel estate in the east of the country – family owned since 1874 – has it all. It has complex fruit flavours, with hints of cloves, spices and cocoa and a subtle oak bouquet. No need for fancy names, too. The proof’s in the drinking." John Clarke, The Independent August 16 2016



About this vintage

Vintage
2013
SKU
4116023
Composition
Pinot Noir 100%
Ripeness
Normal
Alcohol
12.5 %
Stock
11
Last tasted
2017
Keep until
2040
Bottle Size
0.75L

Wine Details

Country
Switzerland
Colour
Red
Region
Eastern Switzerland
Wine features
Integrated Production, Slow Wine
Variety
Pinot Noir
Sweet
No
Sparkling
No
Ripeness
Normal
Aged in
Barrel (old)
Serve at
17
Wine features
Integrated Production, Slow Wine

More about this wine

Why we have it
It's an earthy version of the #2.
Why choose this
You like elegantly oaked Pinot Noir.
What to expect
Pinot Noir bliss with a touch of "sous bois".
How to serve it
Anything with mushrooms is an amazing match.

Schloss Bachtobel is recognised as a reference for Pinot Noir. Worth every penny.

"This superb wine from the Schlossgut Bachtobel estate in the east of the country – family owned since 1874 – has it all. It has complex fruit flavours, with hints of cloves, spices and cocoa and a subtle oak bouquet. No need for fancy names, too. The proof’s in the drinking." John Clarke, The Independent August 16 2016



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