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Pinot Noir from Germany on WineEnthusiast's ultimate list


This year, Wine Enthusiast’s tasting panel reviewed more than 19.800 wines from around the globe spanning Old World and New World wine regions alike. Edeltraud und Hanspeter Ziereisen reached 11th place with a 2010 Pinot Noir from Germany's southwestern region of "Baden".

The authors of the highly influential list of wines: "Another stand out among a lineup of stunning German Pinot Noir".
The Enthusiast 100 of 2015 - The awarded wine is a 2010 Blauer Schulen Spätburgunder (Baden). The WineEnthusiast descrobes the wine as sultry and sexy: "This wine balances ripe, ruddy black cherry and berry flavors with a vivacious acidic edge. It’s bristling and bright, finishing on a deep, mineral tone. Drinks beautifully now, but is structured enough to develop well through 2020 at least. Savio Soares Selections." Editors’ Choice. — A.I. abv: 12.5% Price: $41

The WineEnthusiast publishes its "Top100 ultimate wine list" annually.


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