2016 „Daniel“ Spätburgunder trocken
Alc: 13,5 %Vol., Rs: 2,1 g/l, Acidity: 6,1 g/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.
Alc: 13,5 %Vol., RS: 3,9 g/l, Acidity: 5,9 g/l
Somewhat warm, slightly open, vegetal to earthy nose, red berries and some cherries with cocoa notes. Clear, straightforward fruit with slightly nutty and woody notes, as well as earthy notes. Good persistence, herbaceous notes on the palate, slightly astringent tannins, fairly persistent, good to very good finish with some alcohol heat.
Alc: 13 %Vol., RS: 1,6 g/l, Acidity: 5,6 g/l
Pinot Noir from the world famous steep slope. An intense bouquet of herbs, berry fruit and woody elements combine in the mouth to great complexity, elegant tannins and long finish. This wine shows great potential for the next few years.
Alc: 13 %Vol., Rs: 2,2 g/l, Acidity: 5,5 g/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.
Alc: 13 %Vol., Rs: 3,8g/l, Acidity: 6,3g/l
Our entry into the world of Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) of Georg Müller Stiftung. Selective harvesting by hand, mash fermentation, produced 100 % in French barriques. The 2015 vintage gave us fantastic grapes full of aromas and velvety tannins.