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Paul Achs

Gols • Austria

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The wine was evaluated in a blind tasting.
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Paul Achs

Neubaugasse 13
7122 Gols
Phone: +43 2173 2367
Internet: www.paul-achs.com
E‑mail: shop@paul-achs.com

WinereddryPinot Noir

2006 Pinot Noir Qualitätswein trocken


Weinland ↳ Burgenland • Geschützte Ursprungsbezeichnung (g. U.)

Staatliche Prüfnummer E 2863 08 • 13.5 % alcohol


Tasted on 22 October 2016 by Werner Elflein

Almost opaque. Slightly cloudy cherry red colour. Spicy, wooden nose with faint hints of white pepper, cocktail cherry and dark chocolate. Powerful attack on the palate, sandy and grainy tannins and again dark chocolate. Dense and rather too much of a good thing in terms of concentration. Elegance and finesse unfortunately seem to get lost with maturity. Good acidity. Excellent length. Persistent, but not (any longer) really with great depth. Drink now.


Tasted on 23 January 2010 by our jury