Vinum Germania Number One Josef Kollmann Pinot Noir 2008
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|Pinot Noir (aka Spätburgunder locally) is Germany’s third-most widely planted grape, and most-planted red. It is a relatively new phenom in Mosel, but this light- to medium-bodied version is a strong start. It features floral, cherry raspberry, earth and strawberry aromas. The flavours replay the aromas nicely, culminating in a pleasing, dry finish. You can hang on to this Pinot for a year or two, or enjoy it tonight, lightly chilled. Source: Vintages Wine Panel|
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Serve this wine between 60-65 degrees Farenheit or 15-18 degrees Celsius.