Affentaler Spatburgunder Rose
A fine copper-coloured Pinot Noir Rose, with a ripe dense aroma of red berries and cherry. A powerful, full-bodied wine
Around 1250, the Cistercians began cultivating Pinot Noir in the Affental. Affentaler's unique name derives from a pilgrimage chapel, which stood near the grapevines. In support of the pilgrims Ave Maria, the valley was known as Ave Talâ (Ave Valley) in the local vernacular, from which today's Affentaler (Valley of the monkeys) evolved. The origin of the Affental Wine Cooperative dates back to the year 1908. At the time, 24 winegrowers founded the Natural Winegrowing Association of Affentaler. From this, today's Affental Viticultural Cooperative was created over the years with approximately 240 hectares of vineyards. Long time success in tasting competitions speak for the special quality of our wines.
Style: Pinot Noir Rose
Region: Baden Wurttemberg
Standard Drinks: 6.5