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        • Villa Wolf Pfalz Pinot Noir 2020  Front Label
          Villa Wolf Pfalz Pinot Noir 2020
          Pinot Noir from Pfalz, Germany
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            19 99
          • Weingut Enderle & Moll Liaison Baden Pinot Noir 2020  Front Label
            Weingut Enderle & Moll Liaison Baden Pinot Noir 2020
            Pinot Noir from Baden, Germany
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              46 99
            • Maximin Grunhaus Pinot Noir 2020  Front Label
              Maximin Grunhaus Pinot Noir 2020
              Pinot Noir from Mosel, Germany
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            Learn about German red wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more ...

            Red wine from Germany, really? Yes, really. The country’s world class German Rieslings may be its vinous claim to fame, but 40% of wine production is red. The star is Pinot Noir, known as spätburgunder, which is the third most-planted grape in Germany. In the regions of Baden and Ahr, in fact, this varietal is actually number one. German Pinot Noir offers precisely delineated characteristics of juicy red fruit, spice and earthy minerality that stay light but vivid. Look for versions from Weingut Dautel, August Kesseler and Claus Schneider.

            Another important German red wine is Blauer Portugieser, used for crisp, light-bodied wines. Dornfelder is also appreciated; it typically expresses a fun, grapey fruitiness that resembles Beaujolais. Smaller but still commercially significant plantings include Trollinger and Pinot Meunier. Even international varieties like Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot appear in some of the warmer regions.

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