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Weingut Berchers Spätburgunder Trocken Holzfass 2013

The Experience

Drink When...
Moving to Deutschland
Listen To...
Neunundneunzig Luftballons by Nena
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
Regular - 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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