|Beverly Crandon rated this wine as 80/100 with the following review:|
On colour, this 2007, German Pinot Noir is a light garnet red, indicative of its now perfect drinking age. On the nose, a bouquet of dark fruits is present. You’ll nose, plum, black berries and dark cherry. On the palate, you’ll get the traditional light, and smooth mouth feel of a natural Pinot Noir, but Schloss Reinhartshausen’s Dry Pinot Noir comes with only a slight flavour character. It’s refined tannic nature, however, helps in producing a medium to long finish that is not invasive.