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Kaiserstuhl Pinot Noir, Karl Johner 2010

Kaiserstuhl Pinot Noir, Karl Johner 2010

Full and generous Burgundy lookalike from the heart of Baden, Germany. Drink this year and next.

Suggested Food Match

Chicken Liver Salad; Cooked Meats; Rabbit; other suggestions...

Availability
In Stock
Bottle
£13.95
Case of 6
£83.50
Product Code
GE7651
Product Type
Red Wine
Origin
Germany
Style
Medium Bodied
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
Oak Influence
No oak flavour
Drink Dates
Now to 2015
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Closure Type
Screwcap
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The Scotsman 6th Sep 2014

"Star buy: Baden is home to the country’s pinot noir, particularly from Baden’s famous Kaiserstuhl zone with its warm climate and volcanic soils. Karl Johner makes this charming pinot with a mellow, surprisingly developed aroma, rich cherry fruits and delicious succulent finish. Serve this fine German pinot just chilled with charcuterie or mushrooms on toast. - Rose Murray Brown"


Liverpool Echo 14th Dec 2013

"Ganey mushrooms and a rain-dripped woodland are on the nose. This German pinot from the heart of Baden has a classy red fruit and cherry taste with a finely balanced acidity. Perfect whether you're having turkey, goose, beef, or maybe all three.- Jane Clare"


Manchester Evening News 30th Nov 2013

" This boasts luscious sweet fruit set out in a focused style with acidity to match - just the type of wine you'd expect from Burgundy but at twice the price.- Andy Cronshaw "


The Herald 23rd Nov 2013

" When it's good, red burgundy is a wine made in heaven, if only it wasn't so expensive, which makes this raspberry-scented German pinot noir a wonderful compromise. It gives more than a hint of Burgundian greatness at a fraction of the price. - Tom Bruce Gardyne  "


Sunday Express 8th Sep 2013

" If you've never tried a German red wine before, this is one offering you should definitely investigate. It's a pinot noir, pale in colour but with lovely cherry fruit. This would be ideal served with rare lamb. - Jamie Goode  "


The Observer 18th Nov 2012

"One of the more unexpected fashions in wine in the past year or two has been the rise of German pinot noir, which has joined sherry, riesling and natural wine as the default vinous hipster choice. Here's a wine that helps explain why: with its pretty, perfumed red fruit and unforced, silky-slippery texture, it's gloriously fluent and pure. - David Williams"


JancisRobinson.com Oct 2012

"16.5/20 Surprisingly evolved nose. Lots of pleasure even if it is not the purest Pinot. Quite excellent value. There’s nice freshness to it and no surfeit of oak or sugar. The best Pinot I have tasted from this producer. Very good value."

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