2018 Karl Johner Pinot Noir
£32.00 now, and £32.00 on the 15th of each month
A wonderful silky German Pinot – a great alternative to red Burgundy
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First payment: 15th June 2023
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Silky and round
Although it is the world’s third-biggest producer of Pinot Noir, Germany may not spring to mind when choosing a bottle. But German Pinots or Spätburgunders as the grape is known as there, now compete with the world’s best. Baden is the home of German Pinot Noir due to its warm climate and high number of sunshine hours.
Karl Johner Pinot Noir is made in the Burgundian style – the focus at Johner is on wines full of structure but with purity and elegance and it is considered one of the best wine estates in southern Germany. The vineyards cover some 17 hectares in Bischoffingen and surrounding areas.
On the nose there are lots of fresh red berries, herbal hints and spice from the oak. On the palate it is silky and savoury with wonderful black cherry and red summer berry flavours.
Roast chicken. Rack of lamb, served pink. Rare fillet steak and carpaccio. Beef Wellington. Roast pork with herbs. Mushroom risotto. Lobster
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