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2018 Pinot Noir Herrenstück [17 19] (KOCH40218A)
The fruit is seductive, soft and red, with a hint of smoke, and there is ripe juicy acidity providing energy. The tannins, while quite present, are fine, and give the wine considerable length.
2018 Pinot Noir* [20 19] (KOCH44218A)
The fruit is perfumed and bright, deliciously juicy and approachable, and there is a hint of stems in the background that gives structure, combining with the fine supple tannins lending a dark edge to the long, cherry-fruited finish.
2017 Pinot Noir* [18 18] (KOCH44217A)
Crushed red fruit and loads of spice - cloves come to mind - leap out of the glass; in the mouth there is delicacy but also great depth, freshness and an intense finely balanced finish.
2016 Pinot Noir* [15 17] (KOCH44216A)
Bright and spicy, with fresh crushed red fruit and vibrant mineral flavours.
2018 Pinot Noir*** [21 19] (KOCH46218A)
From the estate's best site, the Halbuck, a terraced vineyard with poor loess soils on volcanic rock; grapes ripen more slowly than in other vineyards on the estate. This has more density, the weave is tighter and the wine more backward, but it is not taut. Rather there is a relaxed effortlessness to the seductively ripe red fruit, smooth fine tannins and long fresh finish. Very special.
2017 Pinot Noir*** [17 18] (KOCH46217A)
From the estate's best site, the Halbuck, a terraced vineyard with poor loess soils on volcanic rock: grapes ripen more slowly here than in other vineyards on the estate. There is a knot of cool crushed raspberry fruit and spiced plums joined by silky tannins, and a gentle persistent mineral heat on the long fresh juicy finish.
2016 Pinot Noir*** [16 17] (KOCH46216A)
From the estate's best site, the Halbuck, a terraced vineyard with poor loess soils on volcanic rock: grapes ripen more slowly here than in other vineyards on the estate. Cool, crushed raspberry fruit on the nose is joined on the palate by fresh cherry and fine clean juicy minerality; the finish is long, intense and meltingly smooth.
2018 Pinot Noir Reserve [LO3/20] (KOCH50218A)
The top selection from the Halbuck vineyard, but sadly not tasted.
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.
2017 Weissburgunder Scheibenhardt [07 18] (KOCH22217A)
2016 Weissburgunder Scheibenhardt [09 17] (KOCH22216A)
2018 Weissburgunder*** (KOCH24218A)
2017 Weissburgunder*** [10 18] (KOCH24217A)
The warm stony soil of the Eichbuck gives a ripe, pure wine with a playful mineral note, delicate acidity and a gentle elegant presence all the way to the long fresh finish.
2019 Grauburgunder Eichbuck [03 20] (KOCH30219A)
Lots of skin contact, but such is the fruit density that the phenolic element is noticeable only for its contribution to the energy and balance of this rich, fresh beautifully elegant and moreish wine.
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.
2017 Grauburgunder Eichbuck [05 18] (KOCH30217A)
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