Peter Schandl

Pinot Beerenauslese

Made from selected very ripe bunches or grapes, typically very sweet. It is the next grade of sweetness following the Auslese and requires even riper, mostly affected by Botrytis cinerea (noble rot) grapes. The sweetness is balanced by high acidity.

Grape variety: Pinot Blanc 
The white Burgundy grape variety most likely evolved through the stage of Pinot Gris as a secondary mutation of the Pinot noir (Blue Burgundy).
As the most opulent Austrian wine, the Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc has much substance with a fine varietal bouquet.

Tasting: elegant, aromatic burgundy bouquet, clear, deep flavours, wonderful harmony between acidity and residual sugar, with long finish.

Classification: Beerenauslese
Type: sweet
Vintage: 2010
Packaging: 0,375 l glass bottle
Aging: french oak
Colour:  brilliant yellow
Serving temperature: 7 – 14 °C
Sugar: 26° KMW (130° Ă–chsle)                  
Vine age: 37years
Alcohol: 11 vol %
Residual sugar: 151,4 g/l
Acidity: 11 g/l
Food pairing: blue mold cheese, chocolate desserts, foie gras, nut pudding with dried plums.

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