Grauburgunder Enderle & Moll 2019

Serve at: 14°-16°C
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Type Rosè Wine
Grapes Pinot Gris
Vintage 2019
Alcohol 12.0%
Cellar Enderle & Moll
Dimension 0,75 l
Agricolture biodynamic, natural yeasts
Country Germany
Region Baden
Pairings BBQ and Grilled Meat, White Meat, Medium-aged Cheeses , Baked Blue Fish
contiene solfiti / contains Sulphites

Grauburgunder is a Pinot Gris with a very accentuated color, not due to prolonged contact with the skins as in common Orange wines but to 25% of the skins that are used to fill the barrels. A technique that we could define by infusion. A wine that does not want to be either a white, a rosé, or a light-colored red, but only itself. Unique.


Three Senses
Color is fascinating because it is not common and impossible to describe with conventional terms. Turn to copper, with the same density as grapefruit juice. The nose is by constitution an effluvium of odors. Spices, yellow fruits like peach, lumps that recall lemon, then delicate flowers and lime honey. In the mouth the wine is juicy, biting with a balanced acidity. Really great to accompany Southeast Asian culinary preparations.

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Enderle e Moll

The winery was born in Münchweier, a historic wine-growing village on the slopes of the Black Forest in the well-known Baden where Sven Enderle and Florian Moll cultivate 2.5 hectares and rent another 6 from neighboring parcels. In these very few and precious hectares of land so different from each other, composed mostly of limestone, sand and sandstone, vines between 25 and 75 years of age have their roots, considered some of the oldest in Baden (350/550 meters altitude).
The philosophy of the winery is born precisely from this difference in soils that Sven and Florian want to enhance at any cost, a philosophy that can only immediately marry the rigorous principles of biodynamics as a natural consequence of those who think, live and cultivate as only spirits free can do.
After having studied oenology, the two boys immediately begin to make the mess in different domaine of Germany, but it is above all the French experiences with producers of Jura, Languedoc and big names of Burgundy such as Domaine Dugat and Dujac (still today their supplier of exhausted barrels) to influence their way of conceiving wine.
Although their history is quite recent (2007), Enderle & Moll are considered by critics and professionals to be one of the landmarks of Pinot Noir.

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