Red Wine

2014 „Daniel“ Spätburgunder trocken

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Alc: 13,5 %Vol., Rs: 3,2g/l, Acidity: 6,8g/l

The best four barriques from our vineyards in Hattenheim and Hallgarten joined forces to yield this concentrated, ripe Pinot Noir wine. Aromas of berry fruit and spices complete the influence of oak by the French barrique.

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2013 “Hommage à George” Pinot Noir trocken (dry)

Alc: 14 %Vol., Rs: 1,6g/l, Acidity: 5,9g/l

A modern and extremely top-quality Pinot Noir. Complex nose with red fruits and a basket full of spices, dense structure, velvety and with long lasting finish – a homage to the founder of the estate, Georg Müller.

2012 Hattenheimer Engelmannsberg Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) dry VDP.ERSTE LAGE®

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Alc: 14,5 %Vol., Rs: 2,4g/l, Acidity: 5,1

This superb Pinot Noir originated from one of our best Spätburgunder vineyards. Highly complex on the nose. On the palate: full-bodied, elegant, and spicy. Shows great depth. Its concentration derives from very low yields.

2014 „Edition PW“ Frühburgunder trocken (dry)

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Alc: 14 %Vol., Rs: 3,7g/l, Acidity: 5,2g/l

An absolute rarity and a diva as well. Yields from the Frühburgunder grape, an earlier ripening mutation of Spätburgunder, are always very low, not least due to the grape’s thin, sensitive skins. But under favorable conditions, it yields a wine that shows ripe fruit, complexity, and depth. After aging for at least ten months in barriques, the tannins are velvety and round out the wine’s texture on the palate.

2013 „Edition PW“ Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) dry

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Alc: 14 %Vol., Rs: 4,8g/l, Acidity: 5,4g/l

Our entry-level red wine. The grapes were from our vineyards in Hattenheim and Hallgarten and subject to reduced yields and selective harvesting by hand. They were fermented on the skins and aged for at least ten months in new and used barriques. The result: a high-class entrée.