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2016 SPÄTBURGUNDER [14 18] (JULG70216A)
From vines around Schweigen-Rechtenbach, half of them in France. The fruit is from young vines, or older ones in less favoured sites. It is densely coloured and aromatic, and there are lovely cherry and darker fruit flavours that linger on a fine smooth finish. A lot of wine for the price.
2015 SPÄTBURGUNDER [33 17] (JULG70215A)
Densely coloured and aromatic, there are lovely cherry and darker fruit flavours that linger on a fine smooth finish. A lot of wine for the price. Drink 2018 - 2020
2016 SPÄTBURGUNDER 'R' [32 18] (JULG76216A)
From 25-year-old vines in Wormberg vineyard, across the border in France. A fleshy wine this year, with intense dark fruit and fine gentle tannins, balanced by a gentle vein of ripe acidity.
2015 SPÄTBURGUNDER 'R' [30 17] (JULG76215A)
From 25-year-old vines in Wormberg vineyard, across the border in France. A fleshy wine this year, with intense dark fruit and fine gentle tannins, balanced by a gentle vein of ripe acidity. Drink 2018 ' 2024
2013 SPÄTBURGUNDER 'R' [26 15] (JULG76213A)
Much more structure to accompany the pure red fruit. There is a silkiness, a juicy intensity, and lots of minerals on the long finish.Most of Johannes Jülg's vines are just over the border in France overlooking Wissembourg. The grapes for the 'R' grow in the clay soils of the Wormberg vineyard, which lends power and richness, and its north-westerly aspect keeps the wines cool and fresh. The fruit is juicy and pure and an elegant minerality emerges on the long finish.
2012 SPÄTBURGUNDER 'R' [36 14] (JULG76212A)
Perfumed and silky, showing vibrant red fruit. Spicy smoky notes add complexity and density.
2016 SPÄTBURGUNDER Sonnenberg [33 18] (JULG78216A)
From the original Sonnenberg vineyard in Germany. We are back up to 100% new wood after a reduction last year, but the dark dense fruit easily absorbs it. This is fresh, seductive and fine, with silky tannins and a very long smooth mineral-driven finish. It will reward cellaring.
2014 PINOT NOIR [49 16] (JULG80214A)
There is less wood this year ' down to 50%, compared to the 100% in the 2013 ' and the wine has benefited. It is fine and elegant, with ample raspberry and black cherry fruit of considerable depth and intensity. The tannins are very fine and will be silky in time; the acidity is bright and fresh, and the finish long and satisfying. It will benefit from cellaring.
2013 PINOT NOIR [28 15] (JULG80213A)
A lifted, sweet strawberry nose promises much, and it delivers: There is dense, elegant fleshy fruit balanced by ripe juicy acidity that keeps it fresh, fine tannins and a lovely silky mineral elegance on the finish. It is testament to the quality of the fruit that it is able to swallow and integrate the 100% new wood without effort.
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