The line represents mature wines, aged in oak barrels. They are produced from grapes with a prolonged maturing process in the vineyard. Cold maceration is followed by fermentation and resting on yeast. The aging lasts for two to three years in carefully selected oak barrels. Suitable for drinking immediately after bottling, but can be aged for the next five to ten years. The wines are still dominated by fruit notes (albeit more mature fruit), which are pleasantly intertwined with other aromas of maturing.
- The story of Pinots Noirs
- The story of Pinot Noirs is intertwined with the story of the Vipava Valley, a place of diverse macro and micro locations. As a general rule, pinot noir prefers the lower positions and at these altitudes, the variety boasts distinct freshness and aromaticity. The diversity of locations and ground compositions in the valley, which stretches for 40 kilometres, results in richness and a profoundly inspired wine creation process. This bestows the House of Pinots a unique added value.
PINOT NOIR VIPAVA VALLEY is our basic Pinot Noir. It represents a cross section of grapes from various vineyards and of various ages, although young vines are in the majority. It is comparaable to the Burgundian appellation village.
PINOT NOIR MERLJAKI originates from the lower Vipava Valley and is located 15 km from the property. The vineyard is planted at the foot of Fajtov hrib, on a marl plateau above the Vipava river, just below the Karst plateau. It could also be named cru Merljaki.
PINOT NOIR ESTATE comes from the vineyards of the estate. The name and quality of the wine is comparable to the Burgundian domaine.
PINOT NOIR WHITE LABEL is the premium line of our winery. It reflects the winemaker’s youthful experiences of new world wines.
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