Background: Alde Gott, established in 1948 has its 580 acres of vineyards shared by 415 members of a co-operative. Although the area is a Riesling stronghold, the co-operative has made a name for itself with the red Spatburgunder(Pinot Noir) from the Sasbachwaldener Alde Gott side, of which 60% is planted with the Spatburgunder.
Grape Varietal: Produced from the Pinot Noir (Spatburgunder) grape, the most important red grape of Germany.
Quality: QbA- Qualitatswein
Country of Origin: Germany
Appellation: Baden - The southernmost of Germany’s wine regions, a long slim, trip that extends from near Heidelberg in the north to Lake Constance in the south. This is the famed “Black Forest” area.
Tasting Notes: Red & sweet with aromas reminiscent of cherries, strawberries, and blackcurrants. A fruit-driven wine like diving into a fruit salad. Lush and balanced.
Food Suggestion: Enjoy with cheese, for the lovers of sweet & red at your cozy times.