Spatburgunder

In Germany it is called Spätburgunder (lit. "Late Burgundian"), and is now the most widely planted red grape. Historically much German wine produced from Pinot noir was pale, often rosé like the red wines of Alsace. However recently, despite the northerly climate, darker, richer reds have been produced, often barrel (barrique) aged, in regions such as Baden, Palatinate (Pfalz) and Ahr. These are rarely exported and are often very expensive in Germany for the better examples. As "Rhenish", German Pinot noir is mentioned several times in Shakesperean plays as a highly prized wine.

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Gau-Odernheimer, trocken, 2015

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Gau-Odernheimer, trocken, 2015

$20.00
Price: $20.00

Becker Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Rose, 2016

Becker Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Rose, 2016

$18.00
Price: $18.00

Rudolf Trossen, Rose, Spatburgunder, Trocken, 2015

Rudolf Trossen, Rose, Spatburgunder, Trocken, 2015

$27.00
Price: $27.00

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Muschelkalk trocken, 2012

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Muschelkalk trocken, 2012

$35.00
Price: $35.00

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder Gao-Odernheimer trocken, 2014

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder Gao-Odernheimer trocken, 2014

$20.00
Price: $20.00

Leiner, Spatburgunder Handwerk trocken, 2012

Leiner, Spatburgunder Handwerk trocken, 2012

$29.25
Price: $29.25

Toni Jost Spatburgunder QbA Rheingau 2010

Toni Jost Spatburgunder QbA Rheingau 2010

$25.00
Price: $25.00