Regnery Klusserather Bruderschaft Spatburgunder Trocken QbA 2015

Pinot Noir from Germany
Review Date : 25-Jun-2017
Light red colour with some depth and lighter garnet hues on the rim. This has a very fine, firm and taut nose, somewhat slender in expression with aromas of light red cherries and herbs, unfolding spicy, cedary oak with aeration. Dry and light-medium bodied, the palate is slender in presentation with a taut and tightly bound core of dark cherry fruit, entwined with soicy oak. The mouthfeel features modest tannin extraction, but brisk acidity. The palate has moderate body, presence and grip, and the fruit sweetness at the core carries the wine to the finish. Somewhat oak dominant, and the fruit just lacking richness and flesh. This is fairly typical of the lighter and more common examples. A Mosel wine, aged in barrique. 13.5% alc. 16.5+/20 Jun 2017RRP $63.99

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