Spätburgunder, Stefan Meyer
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Spätburgunder, Stefan Meyer - 2021

Item # 42340 750mL

A lovely Pinot Noir from the sunny Pfalz region of Germany. The vines are planted to loam soil over limestone and the wine spends 12 months in large neutral oak and is bottled unfiltered.

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Certified Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

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Spätburgunder is German for the classic variety of Pinot Noir and in this bottle, Wiengut Stefan Meyer has crafted an absolutely exceptional example. Stefan’s grandfather started the estate in the greater Pfalz region with just 10 acres in 1954. Now in the hands of the 3rd generation, the estate covers nearly 49 acres distributed among 70 different small plots. Carefully selecting from 3 vineyard plots, which he vinifies separately, Stephen takes care to preserve the character and freshness of his vines, practicing organic winemaking for well over a decade now. This wine spends 12 months in large neutral oak and is bottles unfiltered. Expect a long and elegant sip filled with deep forest fruit notes of blackberry. This Pinot Noir has great structure from its time in barrel. I thoroughly enjoyed it as a relaxing sip with a light chill.

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