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  1. Meyer Nakel Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir) Rosé 2018
    $22.98
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    A few years back when we started to see the first Germans roses, our first thought was that the 'fad' had gone too far. But as soon as we started tasting them, we were convinced that this was something that went beyond mere copycatting. One of our first experiences with Deutscher pinks was this one and we have been fans ever since. So what does a 100% Pinot Noir Rosé crafted by the best Pinot Noir producer in Germany taste like? It is pretty special stuff. It is light and fresh enough on the palate but still feels like a red wine by virtue of its palate weight and presence. What is it with Pinot Noir Pinks and the Germans? These guys are making better pink wine from this grape variety than anyone else in the whole entire world. This one excites with its red cherry and strawberry echo, dense yet pinpoint mid-palate and that elusive combination of 'serious' and 'joy' that separates the great pinks from the good ones. It can play with 'serious' food as well. Learn More
  2. Meyer Nakel Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir) Estate 2016
    $29.98
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    Werner Näkel was chosen wine maker of the year in 2004 in the Gault-Millau.  He is a visionary that revolutionized Pinot Noir production the Ahr region.  In 2011, Fallstaff, the leading wine publication in Austria, chose Werner Näkel for its highest award: his life’s work in wine!  In 2008 Decanter Magazine bestowed on Meyer-Näkel the International trophy for Pinot Noir.  Quoting Decanter, “It’s a fantastic achievement for Germany to win this trophy.  Imagine it – they have beaten Burgundy, New Zealand and Oregon, all the acknowledged Pinot regions of the world.”
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  3. Markus Molitor Brauneberger Klostergarten Pinot Noir ** 2011 Magnum
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    Special Price $159.98 Regular Price $200.00
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    Fine, beautifully fragrant, almost floral Pinot aromas emerge from the glass of the 2011 Brauneberger Klostergarten Pinot Noir **, quoting wild strawberries, redcurrant and caramel intertwined with subtle slate and most delicate, smoky flavors. Full-bodied, intense and powerful, but also elegant and balanced, this sweet and ripe Pinot has a remarkable finesse and freshness leading to a persistent finish of great delicacy and aging potential. This Pinot speaks with a French accent and should develop over the next 10-15 years. - Stephan Reinhardt, eRobertParker.com #217, February 2015
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