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2018 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden pinot noirengertstein
2018 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden pinot noirengertstein €22,65

2018 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden pinot noirengertstein

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German Spätburgunder with Burgundian allure
Pure, vibrant and sophisticated
Delicious with game birds, veal or vegetable quiche

Tasting note Engertstein Spätburgunder Pinot Noir

Bright red hue with some evolution and a beautiful aroma of ripe cherries, herbs and oak. The taste is elegant and balanced in structure with a persistent aftertaste of ripe red fruit and vanilla notes. Delicious wine with not too spicy dishes of poultry, veal or vegetable dishes.
High quality Pinot Noir has long ceased to be synonymous with the birthplace of Burgundy. The German Spätburgunders of the talented winemaker and Master of Wine Jürgen von der Mark in Baden also prove this. He now owns 8 hectares of land, the vast majority of which is planted with Spätburgunder.

For this wine, Jürgen selects grapes from a limestone-bottomed vineyard on the Tuniberg, a hill just south of the imposing Kaiserstuhl mountain range. Engertstein is a reference to the old name of this region. Vineyard management is done according to organic principles and Jürgen harvests the grapes by hand.

After fermentation, the wine matures for about 15 months in small wooden barrels, 10% of which are new. The seductive, roasted aroma of the oak is beautifully intertwined with the refined, red fruit aromas of the Spätburgunder.

The 2016 harvest is now showing excellent, but will continue to develop in the bottle for the next 2 to 3 years. This is a top class red wine that can compete with luxury Burgundies, but at a fraction of the price. The better German winemakers are the new players in the market of high quality Pinot Noir.
Shelf life
Now ready to drink, has a good shelf life up to six years after harvest.
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