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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.
2016 Tschuppen (ZIER48216A)
A high clay content in the soil gives a rich, bloody wine with notes of grilled meat and game, along with intense rich blueberry fruit, smooth tannins and fresh acidity.
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.
2016 Talrain Spätburgunder (ZIER49216A)
From a high vineyard in the Black Forest near Kandern, surrounded by dense woodland, with loam soils rich in iron on a limestone base, similar to that in Gevrey. It is a cool spot, and 60% whole-bunch fermention has yielded dark, stony black fruit with smooth tannins and a long juicy elegant finish. Its 12% alcohol makes it an appealing prospect.
2016 Rhini Spätburgunder (ZIER52216A)
2015 Rhini Spätburgunder (ZIER52215A)
A little iron in the soil gives an edge of salty spice to the rounded supple red fruit. Made mainly from whole-bunch fermentation, the wine has a lifted freshness, intensity and ample density, driving to a long rich mineral-laden finish.
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.
2016 Jaspis Pinot Noir (ZIER60216A)
Old vines in warm iron-rich soil are harvested late, resulting in a spicy, raspberry-fruited wine of delicate intensity, with smooth rounded tannins, and a rich juicy finish.
2014 Jaspis Spätburgunder Alte Reben (ZIER64214A)
Always one of the best Pinot Noirs in Germany. Made from the last grapes to be harvested, it has spicy raspberry fruit with a cool, sinewy quality and a herbaceous edge that lends structure, along with very fine tannins and a seductive juicy finish.
2009 Jaspis Syrah (ZIER70209A)
Very forward blackberry and white pepper fruit. Harmonious long finish
2017 Schmätterling Rose (ZIER04217A)
Made from 90% Pinot Noir, with a dash of Regent, this 2017 pink has become more complex after eighteen months in bottle. It is still fresh, vibrant and fruity, with a rounded creaminess on the finish, but has gained an extra dimension: the strawberry is joined by cranberry, and a faintly herbal note from the skin contact provides a pleasing counterpoint, making the wine a great match for food.
2014 Steingrüble Gutedel Unfiltriert (ZIER10214A)
Weighing in at a refreshing 12% alcohol, it is a complex wine with smoky, smooth juicy yellow melon fruit, pointed lemony acidity, a creamy rich middle courtesy of 22 months on the lees, and a powerful, elegant stony finish – not surprising when the vineyard is on the site of a former quarry.
2016 Jaspis Gutedel 10 hoch 4 (ZIER26216A)
104 refers to the vine density - originally planted in 1968 - Hans-Peter doubled the amount of vines per hectare in the oldest part of the Steingrüble vineyard in 2001 to get closer to Burgundian models. The wine shows what Gutedel – known as Chasselas across the border in Switzerland – can do when challenged. This is a supremely fine wine in anyone’s book, up there with the best Burgundies, showing that Gutedel is not only a superb reflector of terroir, but can also produce something 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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