German Pinot, fun, fruity , tastes like Pinot ! for not much money ! Pale cherry red colour. There’s an attractive herby, savoury, minerally character to the nose which shows some lightly aromatic red cherry fruit.
Proof that German Pinot is a serious contender (actually now the 3rd biggest grower of Pinot Noir in the world ). Beautiful display of classic ruby colours, cherry and raspberry like flavours and aromas. A hint of oak from the barrique barrel ageing, well balanced, soft acidity and ripe finish. Well worth investigating.
An intense and expressive Pinot Noir from Wurttemberg in Germany. The wine displays aromas of sour cherry, blackberry, cassis and wild raspberry, complemented by fresh garden herbs and subtle sweet spice notes. Concentrated on the palate, the ripe fruit characters are balanced by a fresh acidity and piquant notes.
This Frühburgunder, a Pinot Noir clone, from Franken in Germany is a beautiful pale garnet colour. The wine bursts with ripe red cherries and plums. The pretty floral aromas give way to a more savoury and sweet spice notes on the palette. Don`t be fooled by the light colour, this wine packs a punch!
Seriously good quality German Pinot Noir. Dark ruby red in colour. Intense flavours of ripe cherries and ripe beeries with a hint of vanilla. The palate is full and lush and goes on with the fruitiness. The alcohol is nice balanced by the juicy acidity and the mature tannins. A great long lasting finish.
Top German Pinot from Franken. The nose is bright, precise and elegant with distinctive (German Pinot) notes of bacon, clove and even of wild (Black) forest floor fruit and strawberries. leshy and expansive on the palate, with sweet blackberry and wild cherry flavors providing fine energy and weight.