Pinot Noir from Germany on WineEnthusiast's ultimate list
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
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