Weingut Holger Koch en primeur

Back to producer list Grower profile Baden, and in particular the pretty range of hills known as the Kaiserstuhl ('emperor's chair'), is the traditional seat of German Pinot Noir production. Holger Koch's small 8 hectare estate lies at its heart. He took over from his parents in 1999, and immediately replanted most of his vines with small-berried French clones from Alsace and Burgundy. He makes Pinot Blanc, Gris and Noir, and has a particular passion for the latter. All his wines are finely structured and aromatic, and age extremely well.

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White

2018 Weissburgunder Scheibenhardt [08 19] (KOCH22218A)
A lively, complex wine with a mix of cool green fruit and a hint of tropical flavours (courtesy of the heat), bright citrus acidity and a hint of tannin on a taut mineral-driven finish.
6 Bottle - 75cl £63.00
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2018 Grauburgunder Eichbuck [10 19] (KOCH30218A)
Pinot Gris is an early ripening variety that can easily turn out blousy wines after a hot summer. It is a tribute to the winemaker?s skill that he has produced a brisk wine with cool green fruit, just a hint of richness from the heat and an energetic finish.
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