2015 TSCHUPPEN SPÄTBURGUNDER (ZIER48215A)
A high clay content in the soil gives structure and an appealing juicy quality to the forward cherry fruit, and the finish is rich and long.
2015 TALRAIN SPÄTBURGUNDER (ZIER49215A)
From a high vineyard in the Black Forest Kandern, surrounded by dense woodland. The soil is loam with a high iron content, giving it a red hue on a bedrock of limestone, a similar composition to Gevrey. The result is a fine rich wine with a bloody nose, lots of spice, blackcurrant fruit and pure angular minerality.
2015 RHINI SPÄTBURGUNDER (ZIER52215A)
A little iron in the soil gives an edge of salty spice to the rounded supple fruit, and there is lovely freshness and balance.
2011 RHINI SPÄTBURGUNDER (ZIER52211A)
Perfumed violet and cherry flavours on the nose, and a hint of smoked meat leading to a fine finish. Vibrant and energetic.
2015 JASPIS PINOT NOIR (ZIER60215A)
Old vines in warm iron-rich soil are harvested late, resulting in a spicy, raspberry-fruited wine that is delicate, seductive and fresh, with fine tannins and good length. It has lots of power though, and will run and run.
2010 JASPIS SPÄTBURGUNDER (ZIER60210A)
The finest Pinot of the current vintage. Beautifully structured and ripe, showing intense red fruits, spice and chocolate. Judicious use of new oak (20%), fine tannins, and a long fresh, fruity finish.The finest Pinot of theThe flagship wine of the estate, made from old vin current vintage. Beautifully structured andes. It is beautifully structured and ripe, showing ripe, showing intense red fruits, spice and intense red fruits, spice and chocolate. There is chocolate. Judicious use of new oak (20%), fine a little new oak here, but it is easily absorbed tannins, and a long fresh, fruity finish.by the fine tannins, and the long fresh, fruity finish.
2009 JASPIS SYRAH (ZIER70209A)
Very forward blackberry and white pepper fruit. Harmonious long finish
2015 JASPIS GUTEDEL 104 Alte Reben (ZIER26215A)
A Chasselas at this price' Pull the other one. But when you try it, you see. This is a supremely fine wine in anyone's book, up there with the best Burgundies. So that makes it good value, right' Named after the number of vines per hectare (104 ' or 10,000) in the oldest part of the Steingr'ble vineyard, it is a wine of extraordinary complexity and intensity. Overnight skin contact after picking gives freshness, structure and a hint of bruised apple, backed by bright citrus fruit, a dash of cream and a minerality that grows more persistent as it glides to an infinitely long, smooth finish.
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