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Pfalz: Stefan Meyer 'Aus Rhodt' Pinot Noir 2016

Stefan Meyer's 'Aus Rhodt' Pinot Noir is made from smaller-berried Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, giving lovely concentration of hedgerow berries and sumptuous black fruit palate with deftly-integrated oak and fresh acidity in true Burgundian style.
Bottle
£18.95
Bottle (Case)
£227.40
Tasting Notes
From the village of Rhodt unter Rietburg, Stefan Meyer's Pinot Noir is a result of his 'minimal intervention' wine making policy, which yields wines of great charm and character.
About this wine
Style Red Wine, Sec, Medium-bodied, Non Sparkling
Wine Region Germany, Rheinhessen, Pfalz and Baden
Grape Variety (Cépage) Pinot Noir
Food & Wine Matching Chicken and Turkey, Duck, Pheasant and Game
Vintage 2016
Cellarage Will cellar well for 2-4 years.
Vinification Warm fermentation with wild yeasts, matured in oak barrels on their fine lees for 12 months, bottled unfiltered.
Alcohol By Volume (%) 13.5
Producer

Weingut Stefan Meyer

Stefan Meyer's 3rd generation family estate sits on the edge of the Pfälzerwald nature reserve in the picturesque village of Rhodt unter Rietburg. Specialising in Burgundian varieties and Riesling on chalky limestone soils, his policy of minimal intervention in winemaking allows nature to take its course. Lengthy warm ferments, often up to the summer following the vintage, yield wines of great charm and character.

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Pfalz: Stefan Meyer 'Aus Rhodt' Pinot Noir - Yapp Brothers One Minute Review

Jason Yapp reviews the 'Aus Rhodt' Pinot Noir from Stefan Meyer. Grown in the Pfalz region, just North of Alsace, this is a great value wine with a dark berry bouquet and smooth texture, comparable to a red Burgundy.

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