PINO 3000
SOPHISTICATED TEMPTATION. FASTIDIOUS WINES.

When three top wine growers from three countries came together to create something new, something great was the result – PINO 3000. This unusual wine – created by Sölden’s only 5-star hotel Das Central – combines superb locations, hand-picked selections and a palpable passion for what is special. Thanks to the special way it is stored, the Pinot Noir from winegrower Paul Achs from Austria, South Tyrol wine producer St. Pauls and German wine producer Dr. Heger, is a distinctive wine – one which is sure to be enjoyed. Matured high up on the majestic summit of the Gaislachkogl at over 3,048 metres altitude in fine, ‘barrique’ oak barrels.

Pleasure-filled moments in pictures
INTRODUCING A MASTERPIECE

Video from the PINO 3000 wine

PINO 3000 – Facts & Information
THE HISTORY OF AN EXCEPTIONAL WINE

PINO 3000

From concept through to fruition

For over 15 years the summit of the Gaislachkogl has been the international meeting point of pleasure at the Wein am Berg event. ‘Because wine quite simply tastes better at 3000 metres', top chefs, renowned winegrowers, sports legends and wine lovers have been celebrating this exquisite gourmet art above the clouds, inspiring something worthy of note – for instance such an elegant and expressive creation as PINO 3000.

The PINO 3000 winegrowers - Joachim Heger, Paul Achs and Wolfgang Tratter
The winegrowers

Pleasure ambassadors from three countries

Burgenland winegrower Paul Achs dedicates 22 hectares of land predominantly to his red varieties, which are harvested by hand and delicately processed. German winegrower Dr. Heger – named by Gault Millau as ‘Winegrower of the year 2013‘– makes a contribution with his most prized location too. Together with the sun-drenched grapes and 100 years of experience from South Tyrol‘s Kellerei St. Pauls, this is the basis for PINO 3000: brought together in South Tyrol. Refined in Sölden.

PINO 3000 storage on the Gaislachkogl in Sölden
Storage

Good things take time

This is why PINO 3000 matures a bit longer. With the even cool temperatures at above 3000 metres altitude, modified oxygen content and low atmospheric pressure, it gains a clearly more fruity character, which together with its versatile aromas in the glass, makes it particularly special. – The result – a distinctive, full-bodied, yet unobtrusive Pinot Noir which has a story to tell and is expressive.

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