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Bock Pinot Noir Selectiondry red wine20194 490 Ft(0.75 l)Add to cart

Bock Pinot Noir Selection

dry red wine2019In stock, can be taken immediately

4 490 Ft(0.75 l)

Unit price: 5 987 Ft/l
Type: Villány premium red wine with protected designation of origin (Medium-bodied)
Vineyards: Ördögárok
Bottle sizes: 0.75 l
Product line: vineyard selection

Tasting notes

A global variety which has become popular in the Villány wine region. Its popularity is thanks to its elegance and extraordinary aromas. It is matured in new and used barrique barrels for 6 months. It is characterized by a cherry colour of light intensity accompanied by rosehips and currants. Its taste is fruity.

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About the year

The year opened with a relatively mild and dry winter (January and February). Temperatures for the season were typically between -1 and 5 °C, with daytimes being pleasantly above zero.
March began warm, followed by a couple of mid-month cooler weeks, but by the end of the month temperatures more than once reached 20°C. It continued to get warmer in April, and so the first week of the month saw the vines in bud. Then, in mid-April, two cooler weeks brought Nature to a halt, slowing the development of shoots. There had been practically no precipitation between early September 2018 and April (100-120 mm); the first larger showers came in April.
May was colder than in previous years, and so blossoming only began in June, even with early varieties. Precipitation in April had tripled (140-160 mm). However, along with the June blooms came an unexpected heat wave of around 30 °C, and so there were varieties that did not take hold perfectly.
Things sprang to life in mid-July, from which it follows that this year the harvest did not begin in August.
By the end of July the summer heat had arrived, with temperatures of 30-35°C, followed in the first ten days of August by a slight drop. The rest of August was extremely hot, occasionally reaching 40°C, and even the customary fall after August 20 failed to appear, with temperatures of 25-30°C continuing until mid-September. Mid-to-late September temperatures ranged between 20-25°C, the hot, dry days being alleviated by the occasional refreshing rain. Temperatures remained at a typical 20°C right through to the end of October, when the cold suddenly arrived with a great deal of rain.
We began the vintage on August 22 with the earliest variety, Irsai Olivér, then due to a few days of intensive rain continued with the early whites (Chardonnay, Rizlingszilváni) and the blue grapes needed for making sparkling wine (Pinot Noir). After that came the kékoportó, and we were able to carry out the rest of the harvest more or less uninterruptedly, successfully completing it on October 28 before the arrival of the cold and the rain.
We were able to harvest healthy grapes of good quality in 2019, and we calculate a good year.

Wine characteristics

Degree of dryness


Sugar content

1.2 g/l

Alcohol content


Titratable acidity

4.8 g/l

Sugar-free extract content

30,1 g/l

Viticultural data

Cultivation area

Villány Wine Region



Characteristic soil

limestone, loess, loam

Grape types and percentage

pinot noir 100%

Age of vines

19 years

Burden of production

0.8 kg/vine

Vintage time

september 2019

Winemaking data



Method of fermentation



barrique barrels

Maturation period

6 months

Bottling time

2021. 06. 06.

Commercial data


1 000 pc

Cellar gross retail price

4 290 HUF

Market entry