Eymann GĂ¶nnheimer Pinot Noir
Rainer Eymann is one of the pioneers of organic viticulture. When he took over the Eymann winery in 1982, he immediately began to switch to organic farming, what made him one of the first organic wine growers in the Palatinate. The GĂ¶nnheim sites are characterized by heavy, lime-rich loess soils and are particularly predestined for Pinot Noir. In addition to spontaneous fermentation, the lowÂ yields and long aging in wooden barrels make these wines unique representatives of their origins.
Pinot Noir GĂ¶nnheimer offers an incomparable drinking pleasure. The dry red wine impresses with its appealing body, which promises a complex finale. In the fragrance a harmony of red berries, like blackberry and cherry. The wine spent 18 months in barrique. A typical German SpĂ¤tburgunderÂ (Pinot Noir) slightly tannic and with a mild acidity.Â