All "Pannobile" wines are underlying strict production rules including the usage of autochthon varieties (Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Saint Laurent).
The white Pannobiles are limited to Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Neuburger and Chardonnay.
All wines are tasted blind by all members and they choose which batches are good enough for the "Pannobile".
1. Gsellmann (Pinot Blanc)
fresh fruity, very delicat toasting aromas on the nose and powerful on the palate. Very good.
2. Renner (Pinot Blanc)
Toasting aromas a bit prominent on the nose, more powerful as 1. but not as elegant.
3. Renner (Zweigelt/Blaufränkisch)
fruitforward, black cherries, juicy tannins with good structure, lenghty finish.
4. Nittnaus (ZW/BF)
very fruit forward nose, red cherries, smooth, bit shorter as 3., spicy, animating!
5. Preisinger (ZW/BF)
Cassis and cool aromas on the nose, tobacco, smooth but with good lenght ... after a few minutes with O2 ... fruit is gone, overripe aromas dominating.
6. Gsellmann (ZW/BF)
cooked nose, no fruit detectable, smooth but slightly alcoholic finish, dry tannin.
7. Beck (ZW/BF/Saint Laurent)
dominant SL aromas on the nose, bit cooked, oaky tannins on the palate.
8. Pittnauer (BF/ZW)
dark berry fruit, structured, fruity on the palate, bit alcoholic.
9. Leitner (ZW/BF)
fruit forward, cherries, bit Brett, palate bit bitter.
10. Heinrich (ZW/BF)
very fruit forward, cherries, very good structure with good implemented oak, very good.
11. Achs (ZW/SL/BF)
strange cabbage flavors, same on the palate, here is definitly something wrong!
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