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Weingut Gaul Spatburgunder Pfalz 2015

The Experience

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Finding yourself
Listen To...
The Beach Boys - I'm Bugged At My Old Man
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Firm, piquant cheese

The Oddbins Take

So, your family takes over a vineyard when you're a kid, you can't move for wine in your house, and your parents send you away first to work in vineyards and then to a special wine university. You'd be forgiven if your next steps were to ditch the family, move into a squat in Amsterdam and go on a journey of self-empowerment with money your dad had given you.

Karoline and Dorothee Gaul had just that childhood, but they decided that winemaking was far better than squatting, and embarked upon a journey of vinous discovery with a winery their family had given them. And they make uniformly stunning wines, like this elegantly-structured, cherry and blackberry charmer. Power to the sisters!

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Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet
Pinot Noir (100%)
Weingut Gaul Spatburgunder Pfalz

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