J. S. RASCH VIN & SPIRITUS
J. S. Rasch wine and colonial trade has been selling the good things in life since 1807. The current ownership goes back 2 generations.
California – American Dry Red
Soft and delicious red wine with lovely fruitiness and elegant balance.
Duck, risotto, pasta and pizza
ELEGANT AND HARMONIOUS
Crystal Bay Pinot Noir appears beautiful and elegant red in the glass. In the fragrance you encounter intense notes of dark cherries and delicious spices. The wine has an elegant structure and a perfect balance between fruit and acid. The wine is soft and delicious in the finish and pleasantly caresses the palate.
To bring out the fruit in the wine, it should be enjoyed at 16-18°C.
Serve Crystal Bay Pinot Noir with a good steak, soft cheeses or a well-made pasta dish.
Serving temperature: 16-18°C
The elegant Pinot Noir grape is known from the great wines of Burgundy. The grape demands attention, but if it gets it, it pays off with elegant and fruity red wines. The grape thrives in the Californian climate. The grapes for Crystal Bay Pinot Noir are selected and harvested at optimal maturity.
After a long soaking of the must, the wine is fermented to increase color and flavor complexity. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks to preserve the grape’s character and fruit in the final wine.
CO2 – Environmentally friendly
Transport of wine in bulk from the country of origin to bottling in Denmark constitutes a significantly reduced CO2 load compared to wine imported in bottles. In recognition of the reduced CO2 footprint, but also the assurance of the wine’s quality as well as the economic advantages of transporting wine in bulk, bulk wine forms an ever-increasing part of our business. Read more here – www.co2friendlywine.eu.
About the manufacturer
A series of excellent wines from the best wine regions in the world.
All wines are specially selected for the series and have great accolades from various tastings. With the Crystal Bay series, the expression “value for money” makes crystal clear sense