Enderle & Moll Muschelkalk Pinot Noir
100% Pinot Noir, 60 year old vines, completely grown on shell limestone. The upbringing is predominantly cordon. The vine shoots have not been pruned in terms of vigor for almost 10 years. The excess is simply wrapped around the wires. A procedure that Enderle's teacher Hanspeter Ziereisen or Domaine Leroy also heed, because the vines tend to grow much less over the years and the yield restriction automatically arises, especially since the yields in the organic wine sector decrease without any fertilizer for all vines anyway are. The Pinot Noir Muschelkalk is much finer than the colored sandstone, which somehow appears louder and more expressive in the somewhat boyish herb flavor. There are many playful elements in the shell limestone. Here, too, a bit of herbaceous bitterness, also the freshness, the great length, but the whole thing prances more delicately and gently. We are certainly more on the trail of a Chambolle-Musigny than the somewhat Gevrey-Chambertin-like colored sandstone. The wine is really enjoyable and will take a great development.