German Pinot Noir – comes of age

In cooperation with several other importers we organised a tasting of German Pinot Noir in May 2014. We anticipated some interest and were really pleased to see such a great crowd. The seminar was set for 20 people but we couldn’t turn anyone away and twice as many attended the seminar with more getting a chance to try the 25 wines on tasting. Thanks to Anne Krebiehl @AnneInVino for some great insights into German Pinot. If you would like to explore more these are just some of the wines we have available

Geil Pinot Noir Rheinhessen 2012
“Delicious light, fresh red fruits; perfect summer drinking (John Wilson Irish Times 7/6/14)

Geil Pinot Noir Bechtheimer S 2011
Big brother of the previous wine, with greater intensity and light use of oak adding a spicier dimension.

Wagner Stempel Spatburgunder 2011
Herbal, cherry, spice, drinking beautifully

Ziereisen Spatburgunder Tschuppen 2011
Elegant with refined tannins, red fruits, cranberry

Ziereisen Schulen 2011
Classy perfumed nose with ripe fruit and a hint of pepper

Ziereisen Spatburgunder Rhini 2011
Complex attractive red fruit and spice, very fine tannins and great intensity.

@AnneInVino talks about German Pinot

@AnneInVino talks about German Pinot