In a nutshell:
A light, fragrant and fruity German Pinot Noir from the Rheingau region on the banks of the Rhine
The Rheingau is one of Germany's well known and most productive wine regions. The vineyards here sit on south facing slopes on the banks of the rivers Rhine and Main either side of Wiesbaden. Christian Ress, the fifth generation of the family to run the estate, is the winemaker and produces some excellent Riesling and Pinot Noirs from here. This light and juicy Pinot Noir has lots of concentrated red fruit flavours with some delicate spice notes all backed up with an elegant body. It's a deliciously, moreish example of the modern German take on Pinot Noir
When to drink:
Just the kind of Pinot Noir to chill slightly on a sunny day. It's great by itself and very veratile with food.