Okonomierat Rebholz ‘Tradition’ Spatburgunder 2013

Pinot Noir from Germany
Review Date : 15-Mar-2017
Even red colour with slight garnet hues. The red cherry fruit is tightly bound, but smothered by a spicy oak layering. Medium-bodied, the palate features a deep, rounded core of straightforward red berry fruits, with oak spices very prevalent. The fruit is underlined by fine, grainy tannin grip, and the acidity crisp and refreshing. The phenolic line carries the wine to a firm finish with good length. Destemmed and aged 2 years in French and German wood. From Muschelkalk soils. 13.0% alc. 17.5-/20 Mar 2017 RRP $48.80

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