Pinot noir (blance de noir)

Only one vintage made out of this blanche de noir from 2010. The harvest time was in the mid of October.

It made from red grapes, but white wine technology. A French term for a white wine produced entirely from red grapes. The flesh of grapes described as red is white; grape juice obtained after minimal possible contact with the skins produces essentially white wine, with a slightly yellower colour than wine from white grapes. Blanc de noirs is often encountered in Champagne.
These wines come from this limited edition items, a total of 832 bottles made from it. (Normally, the items are less than 2,000 bottles, we drink ourselves).
This wine jr. Thomas Dúzsi is based on the idea, of course, with fatherly advice.

Refined minerality dominates in the wine. A compact, complex blend with elegant notes both on the nose and on the palate. Excellent accompaniment to fish and seafood, such as oysters . (tested).