100% Pinot Noir.
Glen vineyard above the village of Montagna and Montagna itself, between 550 - 600 m above sea level, the vineyard faces south-west and the soil is sandy with clayey parts. The area is ideal for Pinot Noir as the sun, not too hot, presents itself in the afternoon hours.
Fermentation in stainless steel and partly in wood with maceration for 10 days on the skins and subsequent malolactic fermentation in casks. Maturation in French oak barriques for 16 months.
The Pinot Noir ''Ludwig'' impresses with its intense and vibrant ruby color. Mature fruits of cherries and plums, spicy notes of cinnamon and cloves make the elegant bouquet very complex and multifaceted but at the same time harmonious and inviting. On the palate, the Ludwig releases all its elegance, its gentle tannins, the scent of spices and balanced minerality that blend in a fresh and persistent interplay of aromas.
16 - 18°C.
to be combined with first and second courses.
4 - 10 years.
1.5 liter magnum bottle.
Alcoholic content: 10.00 %
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Elena Walch is a respected winemaker and producer of quality wines the South Tyrolean wine-growing region in Italy. Her winery, which she runs together with her daughters, is located in Tramin on the Wine Road and covers a total of 55 hectares of vineyards.
Elena Walch inherited her passion for viticulture her father and studied agricultural sciences in Milan and Geisenheim before deciding to start her own winery in the 1980s. the beginning, her goal was to produce wines of the highest quality that reflect the terroir and characteristics of the region.
Today, Elena Walch is one of Italy's best-known winemakers and has received numerous awards for her wines. She is particularly proud of the fact that her wines regularly receive top ratings in renowned wine guides such as Gambero Rosso and Wine Spectator.
Elena Walch's wines are characterised by elegance, freshness and finesse. She relies on careful work in the vineyard and in the cellar to develop the full potential of the grape varieties. She relies on autochthonous grape varieties such as Lagrein and Gewürztraminer, but also on international varieties such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
In addition to viticulture, Elena Walch is also committed to nature conservation and focuses on sustainable cultivation of her vineyards. For example, she works with natural fertilisers and relies on gentle soil cultivation.
All in all, Elena Walch stands for a modern and innovative winegrowing culture that skilfully combines tradition and innovation. Her wines are an expression of a region that is known for its scenic beauty and culinary diversity.
In colour it is deep ruby-garnet with a typical aroma of undergrowth, small berry fruits and black cherry - mellow, sweet and inviting. On the palate it is warm, harmonious and well-knit, round and rich in complexities, firm though elegant, broad and velvety, enveloping with the grace and refinement of a truly international wine which will become even more impressive after a further one to two years in bottle.
Strengthens after fatigue and strain, relaxing for the complete nervous system, goes well on hyperacidity of the stomach, to the blood cleaning.
The farmer sauerkraut simply heat up with some water or broth for approx. 5-10 minutes. The sauerkraut is suited particularly as an addition to rib, belly pork, small sausage, however, also to vegetarian courts like cam, Spätzle, etc.