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Specifications

Colour:

Red

Producer:

August Kesseler

Region:

Germany

Appellation:

Rheingau

Grape Type:

Pinot Noir

Rudesheimer Berg Schlossberg, Spatburgunder, 2012

1x150cl £150.00

2 cases

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Tasting Note:

The steep south-facing berg Schlossberg soils are quartzite, with some slate and clay and as a result the grapes are regularly harvested up to two weeks ahead of those in Assmanshausen. The palate lacks the slate backbone of Hollenberg, being lusher, silkier, and composed of peach, red currant and red cherry. There is an extra dose of sunshine evident here, the generous flavours broad and mouth-filling, the finish long and spicy.

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