Located on the eastern shores of Lake Neusiedl, the Neusiedlersee region’s Pannonian climate bestows some of the highest average temperatures in Austria, as well as the highest amount of sunshine in Central Europe, on the local vineyards.
The “Méthode Traditionelle,” more costly and time-consuming than other methods of sparkling wine production, ensures that the final wines will have great mouthfeel and complexity. Finally, no oak is used in the winemaking process, which results in a very fruity, delicate sparkling wine with true varietal character.
This sparkler is a brilliant salmon color with red gold highlights. Aromas of strawberries and red cherries carry through to the palate, which finishes with a lively acidity and a delicate mousse.
This effervescent Pinot Noir would be perfect as a celebratory aperitif but also with any number of lighter chicken and pork recipes. But for an out of the box pairing, why not try this wine with Fish Tacos with Strawberry Salsa?