SCHLUMBERGER - STYLE AND TRADITION SINCE 1842. The subtle sparkle of the finest bubbles is what makes Schlumberger so special. Its secret lies in the 'Méthode Traditionnelle', an elaborate production process that Austria's oldest sparkling wine producer has been carefully cultivating and cautiously developing since 1842. In this process, a sparkling speciality matures from pure Austrian top wine: this is how the moussing delicacies of the highest quality are created. Tasting notes:In the glass pink with golden reflexes and elegantly sparkling, with a markedly lively character. In the nose flowery with clearly noticeable Burgundy notes. At the palate harmonious, after brioche and bread crust, dried fruit with a soft and creamy texture. Long lasting and spicy in the finish. Grape variety: Pinot Noir. Soil: Limestone, marl and loess soil. Maturation: steel tank, minimum 30 months in bottle. Residual sugar: 7,0 g/l. Acidity: 5,0 g/l. Drinking temperature: 8-10 °C. This Pinot Noir goes very well with white meat as well as game and cheese.