2013 Furst Pinot Noir Tradition
Paul Furst belongs to the red wine elite of Germany. He may just make the most refined and finessed Pinot Noir in all of Germany. This Pinot Noir will stand up to any similarly priced pinot from anywhere in the world.
The nose is spicy with cherry, strawberry, bitter almond and black pepper. It shows nicely on the palate with soft velvety tannis and subtle complex layers of flavor and lots of dark red fruit.
From The Winery:
Paul Furst was Gault-Millau winemaker of the Year in 2003. In addition to producing some of the nest white wines on the planet from Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Mueller Thurgau and few others, Furst belongs to the red wine elite in Germany for producing some of the most refined and finessed Pinot Noirs in all of Germany. The vineyards are located in the villages of Bí_rgstadt with the Centgrafenberg and in Klingenberg with its Schlossberg.
In the glass, this Pinot Noir is a beautiful ruby color. Thee nose is slightly smoky and spicy with very clean cherry and strawberry. Fresh on the palate with cranberry and dark cherry, medium tannin and volume; a very food flexible Pinot Noir.
Name: Pinot Noir Tradition
Grape: Pinot Noir
Data: Residual sugar - .2 Alcohol - 13%
SoilType: Red Sandstone
Production Level: 1700 cases
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