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1970 Assmannshäuser Höllenberg Pinot Noir Kabinett

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The red wine tradition of the Kloster Eberbach winery dates back to the founding years of the former Cistercian abbey. Thus, in the 12th century, the monks probably brought the sophisticated Burgundy grape from their homeland, Burgundy, and cultivated it in the Rheingau. Already from the 13th century there are reliable sources about the red wine cultivation of Eberbach monastery. In Assmannshausen itself, Pinot Noir has been cultivated since at least 1507. From the year 1740, the cultivation of "Klebroth" predominates on the Höllenberg, as Pinot Noir was called in the Rheingau at that time, and since the 19th century it has been almost exclusively planted with the demanding Pinot Noir grape.

Grape variety: Pinot Noir

Alcohol content: 13% Vol.
Acidity: 4,6 g/l
Allergen information: Contains sulfites.

NOTE: For the provision of this wine we need a lead time of about 15 working days.

Bottler, Importer: Hessische Staatsweingüter GmbH Kloster Eberbach, 65346 Eltville, Germany.

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A unique cultural heritage, the best locations and the highest quality standards: these ingredients make our wines a special experience.

The vineyards of Weingut Kloster Eberbach cover almost 230 hectares in the Rheingau and on the Hessische Bergstrasse. The vines for our wines and sparkling wines grow on this terroir - sustainably and carefully produced, always with the demand for the best quality at an international level.

The history of Weingut Kloster Eberbach goes back just as far as the history of the cultural monument itself: Even for the French monks who settled in the Rheingau at the beginning of the 12th century, winegrowing was one of their main occupations. What was initially intended for their own consumption soon developed into a sought-after commodity that secured the future and prosperity of the monastery.

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