Red fountain pen ink made with wine from DeAtramentis, handmade in Germany.
In Germany, Pinot Noir is called Spätburgunder (lit. "Late Burgundian"), and is now the most widely planted red grape. Historically much German wine produced from Pinot noir was pale, often rosé , like the red wines of Alsace; over-cropping and bunch-rot were major contributing factors to this. However, recently, despite the northerly climate, darker, richer reds have been produced, often barrel aged.
This ink is made by hand in small batches, therefore there could be some color variation between bottles of ink.