Hex vom Dasenstein
The town of Kappelrodeck in Germany's Baden area is home to the Hex vom Dasenstein vineyard.
This vineyard is named after a witch, who, according to a 1356 legend, used to live in a rock cave in the middle of the vineyard. The Pinot Noir is bottled in a hand-painted embossed bottle, depicting the namesake of the vineyard, riding on a goat with her broomstick. Today, the Hex vom Dasenstein vineyard produces some of Germany's best Pinot Noir/Spätburgunder. The dark red ruby red wine combines a fine fruit bouquet with a warm full body.