Alcohol: 13,5% vol.
Belje’s Quality Pinot exhibits a cheerful ruby red color. On the nose it is full of scents typical of the sort, dominated by raspberry and cherry.
The mouthfeel is as well dominated by fruit accompanied by fine acids, ripe tannins and a long aftertaste. This is a charming wine, bearing testimony to the argument that the world’s most complex red sort can be successfully grown in Baranya.
Just like many other Pinots, Belje’s Quality Pinot Noir is a wine suiting baked fish: from catfish and carp through precious zander – much appreciated in the Danube Basin – to salmon, yellowtail, tuna and dentex. Besides fish, Belje’s quality Pinot is recommended with grilled veal, large veal roasts but also with kulen and bacon, its acidity nicely cutting through the cured meat fats.