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Fleminger Bischofskreuz, 2009, Spätburgunder 14.0% Spätlese
Borell Diehl 09 Spaetburgunder
Product Code Contains Price
PBD17212 0.75l $960.00 Cash and Carry: $880.00
Style trocken (dry)
Year bottled 2011
Wine maker Weingut Borell Diehl, Hainfeld, Germany
Vineyard Fleminger Bischofskreuz
Country Germany (Deutschland)
Total acid 4.8 g/l
Residual sugar 4.1 g/l
This wine has a touch of red fruit fruitiness, tobacco with nice aroma of caramel, tannins, and rich in acidity. Fine, but still very complex aromas. Make it become one of the most enjoyable wine to drink.
This Pinot is produced from winery’s old Flemlinger plots. The unbeatable price-benefit ratio makes this wine a absolute "must" in your wine cellar.
Also called "Pinot Noir" or "red Burgundy" in countries like France (ie. Romanee De Conti) , Australia…etc. This is a classic grape and part of the most famous grape family. One of the oldest varieties, cultivated from wild grapes. Widely considered to produce some of the finest wines in the world.
It is also a difficult variety to cultivate and transform into wine. Some one said; "God made Cabernet Sauvignon whereas the devil made Spätburgunder". Too hot the weather may cause jamminess, on the other hand too cool the weather the grassy taste & lack of aroma would make no one happy. Therefore global warming & the geological advantages benefit German Spätburgunder and German red wine in general.
It is the King of the red wine grapes, warm and soft to the taste, harmonic with full flavor and a touch of cherries and blackberries. Most of the wine should be drink young and store no longer than 10 years; except….