Meyer-Nakel ‘G’ Ahr Spatburgunder Trocken QbA 2014

Pinot Noir from Germany
Review Date : 08-Feb-2017
Pale red colour. The nose is very delicate, elegant and refined, with fragrant red fruits and florals, along with some funky, savoury elements adding detail. On palate a slim and slender wine, tightly bound and finely structured. Lovely red floral and soft red fruits with delicacy of expression. The tannins fine and flowery, this has linearity and tension. Subtle savoury complexities emerge as the wine flows showing some nutty oak. A cooler-spectrum style. Ken Ohashi sees transparency and purity from beginning to end, and minerality as well as terroir. Clones 667 and 777 from 18 y.o. vine, planted at 7,000 vines per ha, fully destemmed and fermented to 13.5% alc., the wine aged one year in 3-4 y.o. oak. 18.5+/20 Feb 2017 RRP $56.00

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