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2016 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden Merdinger Spätburgunder
2016 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden Merdinger Spätburgunder €15,45

2016 Weingut Jürgen von der Mark Baden Merdinger Spätburgunder

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Juicy Spätburgunder from Baden
From an oenologist and Master of Wine Jürgen Von der Mark
Outperforms many Bourgogne Village
Delicious with charcuterie or roasted vegetables



Tasting note Engerstein Spatburgunder

Light, garnet red color. Seductive, open scent of ripe cherry, raspberry and caramel. Smooth and soft to start. Good filling in structure with mild tannin and nice freshness. Elegant style with lingering, slightly spicy finish.


Germany may be best known for its white wines, the southern German region of Baden has a reputation for beautiful red wines from spätburgunder, or pinot noir. One who is an absolute specialist in the field of this grape is Jürgen Von der Mark.

The special thing about Jürgen is that he is not only an oenologist, but also a Master of Wine. Both in terms of knowledge and experience, it is therefore perfectly fine with this winemaker. On his estate south of Freiburg, near the French and Swiss borders, he makes wines from Burgunder grapes. He divides these into three quality levels: villa wines, terroir wines and the so-called 'song wines', named after a song that, in his opinion, matches the very best wines of the respective harvest year.

This Spätburgunder is one of the villa wines and made in a juicy, fruity style. The pinot grapes come from younger vines from various vineyards in Merdingen. After fermentation, the wine matures for 12 months in used Burgundian barriques. The wine is bottled unfiltered and clarified.

The result is an uncomplicatedly tasty, light-footed, slightly spicy Pinot that you want to keep drinking. It is best cooled slightly, just like that, with a platter of cold meats, but also at the table. And the price? Burgundy of this level cannot compete with that!
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