Pinot Noir 2015


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(17,35  / 1000 ml)

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Alcohol content

12.5% Vol.

Residual sweetness



Contains sulfur


5,1 g/l

Drinking temperature



Winery Fred Loimer, Haindorfer Vögerlweg 23, A-3550 Langenlois / Austria, organic certificate: AT-BIO-402

Tasting note from from 02.09.2020, Copyright Christina Hilker

Info about the wine

The interplay of climate and soil in the Kamptal winegrowing region forms the basis for the character of this Pinot. Foothills of the Pannonian climate, named after the Roman province in eastern Austria and western Hungary, bring hot, dry days to the area. Cool air currents from the higher Waldviertel mix and "spice up" the air, which can be as hot as 38 degrees. On the one hand one finds here Gföhler Gneis, the Urgestein, from which the hills of the Kamptales formed. On top of it lies brown earth. Sometimes there is also a limestone layer in between. On the other hand, there is loess, fly ash from the ice age, which has compacted into fertile soil. And finally the loamy soils that lie directly on the banks of the Kamp.

Vinification info

Spontaneous fermentation

in wooden fermentation racks made of oak at a maximum of 30° for a maximum of three weeks, then

Expansion for 1

2 months in 300 litre oak barrels and six months in large wooden barrels, one month in steel tank before bottling. No fining or filtration before bottling with little SO2 in April 2017.


Muted garnet red with reflections of dark plums.


On the nose, the 2015 Pinot Noir from Loimer seduces in the finest way. Fragrant wild raspberries, ripe plums, blueberries, wild roses, ivy and violets beguile the nose with incredible intensity. Wild Mediterranean herbs, graphite and delicate hints of pepper and cedar wonderfully capture its feminine and seductive character. One would like to taste this fine drop immediately.


Perfectly matured, the 2015 Pinot Noir from Loimer shows on the palate. Polished tannin structure meets ripe and at the same time stimulating acidity. The sweet light and dark fruit unites all taste components of this wine and pleases all senses with bravura.

Food recommendations by Christina Hilker

  • Beetroot and raspberries marinated in balsamic vinegar on rocket salad
  • Wild boar goulash with butternut squash
  • Marinated pork tenderloin on caramelized red peppers and thyme


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