I immediately think of pinot noir as a diva. A grace with finesse and idiosyncratic, lovable and self-confident style. As divas are also said to be, this strain sometimes zigzags around the most. If you misunderstand them as a winemaker, you will only get a simple red wine, but if you leave “their” identity and accept and promote them, you get a pinot noir that “sings” and touches you.

The (DIE) Pinot Noir simply knows how to attract the attention of the winemaker. Simply and poignantly, I admire Pinot Noir and see it as the greatest challenge in winemaking. To accompany this grace and to tempt them to show all their finesse and lovely aromas.