In a nutshell:
A pure and elegant, fruit forward German Pinot Noir from the Bavarian wine region of Franconia.
The vineyards on which the grapes for this wine are grown are on south facing slopes of the Centgrafenberg overlooking the picturesque towns of Miltenberg and Bürgstadt. Minimal intervention, gentle vinification and long barrel ageing is key to the winemaking and the quality of the finished product shows how this pays off. It's a delicious wine that wipes the floor with lots of similarly priced Burgundy. The nose offers a big basket full of red fruits, black pepper, bitter almonds and spice. Vibrant fruit with soft, velvety tannins and subtle, complex layers of flavour.
When to drink:
Roast pork or, slightly pink lamb are winning food combinations here as would be hearty vegetarian dishes featuring mushrooms and root vegetables.