Germany is the tenth largest producer of wine in the world. Produced mainly is West Germany there are thirteen regions, all with their own blend of uniqueness. By far the best red is produced from the Spätburgunder which is another name for Pinot Noir. The name translated spät means late and burgunder means burgundy.. By far the best red is produced from the Spätburgunder which is another name for Pinot Noir. The name translated spät means late and burgunder means burgundy. So, it makes perfect sense to see these grapes were brought to Germany from Burgundy, France and thrives today with fuller-bodied, deep red wine. So, if your inclined to create a Schweinebraten dish this red will be perfect for your guest.
Weingut Wittmann, Spätburgunder 2017
Hand harvested from estate-owned vineyards in the village of Westhofen, the Spätburgunder is an elegant, classic Pinot Noir. It has a fine aroma of dark berries and herbs atop a full, yet delicate texture on the palate. Well structured and mouth filling, with a minerally acid edge that gives it a lively finish.
$38. Special order
Heinz Eifel, Shine Dornfelder Sweet Red 2017
The reflection of the suns rays off the Rhein river help to ripen these hearty red grapes, thus producing a full bodied wine with flavors of dark red fruits with a well balanced sweetness. Enjoy slightly chilled on its own or with cheeses, salads pasta and fish.
$16. Special order