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Weingut Berchers Spätburgunder Trocken Holzfass 2013

The Experience

Drink When...
Moving to Deutschland
Listen To...
Nena - Neunundneunzig Luftballons
Think About...
Delicate souls
Drink With...
Shortcrust rabbit pie

The Oddbins Take

If you dissect the name ‘Spätburgunder’ – the German name for Pinot Noir – you can deduce two things: it ripens late (‘spät – think Spätlese; ‘late harvest’), and it was brought over to Germany from a certain wine-making region in France (guess which one).


Turns out this thin-skinned beauty absolutely thrives in the volcanic Kaiserstuhl region. Here it picks up a mineral edge that sets it aside from its Burgundian brother, and arguably makes it the cooler of the two.


Berry-scented and balanced, this red wine shows that Germany is definitely a home from home for this Gallic grape.

Country
Germany
Region
Baden
Classification
QbA
Vintage
2013
Drink
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 5 Years
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
750ml
Residual Sugar
3.7 g/l
14.0%
Alcohol Units
10.1

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Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet
Grape
Pinot Noir (100%)
Oak
Bercher Spatburgunder QbA Trocken Holzfass Germany Red Wine 2013

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