Königschaffhausen Steingrüble Pinot Noir 2009

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Natalie's Review

Königschaffhausen Steingrüble Pinot Noir 2009, Q.B.A., Baden, Germany: Vintages Wine Panel: For years, Königschaffhausen has been Baden’s leading cooperative. Low yields, an ultra-modern winery and the desire to produce quality wines have resulted in fantastic reliability, even with difficult grapes like Pinot Noir. This wine has a deep garnet colour, with dried berry characters and a hint of barnyard on the nose. On the palate, silky tannins, good fruit replays and balanced acids come to the fore. Serve it with sauerbraten – wunderbar! My note: A summer field of ripe strawberries and raspberries to tickle your senses and bare feet. Lovely! Medium-bodied and sweetly perfumed. Incredible price. I’m buying two cases. Drink: 2011-2016. 460410 13% D 750 mL  $15.95 Score: 90/100. April 2, 2011 Best Value Red Wine.  Full Review