The Seckinger - Petershöhle Blanc de Noir 2021 is a white wine made from Pinot Noir (red wine grapes) grapes. It was vinified with minimal intervention and bottled unfiltered. He's basically the big brother of Blanc de noir estate wine from Seckinger from the Petershöhle site.
The PETERSHÖHLE Blanc de Pinot Noir from Seckinger smells of light cherries, red berries and herbs, combining the potential of the Petershöhle with the freshness of a Blanc de Noir. The acidity is fresh and there is a delicate kick of tannins. You can already drink the Blanc de Noir well, but you can also safely leave it in the cellar for a few more years.
The grapes for the Seckinger DEIDESHEIMER PETERSHÖHLE Pinot Noir Blanc de Noir 2021 come from the vineyard of the same name, which was recultivated by Seckinger Senior in the late 80s. The idyllic hillside below the forest is difficult to reach, which is why it was abandoned decades ago. The Pinot Noir grapes come from the lower terraces on barren, weathered red sandstone soil. The Pinot was selectively harvested by hand in the best of health and then pressed. It was fermented and matured in wood and the filling took place without fining or filtration.