Weingut Ziereisen 2018 German Grosse Gewächse &  2017 Pinot Noir

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Red

2016 Tschuppen Spätburgunder (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.
6 Bottle - 75cl £60.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £14.68
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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.
6 Bottle - 75cl £75.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £17.68
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2016 Rhini Spätburgunder (ZIER52216A)
6 Bottle - 75cl £144.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £31.48
1 Magnum - 150cl £52.50
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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.
6 Bottle - 75cl £180.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £38.68
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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.
6 Bottle - 75cl £285.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £59.68
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White

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.
6 Bottle - 75cl £492.00
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Equivalent bottle price inc. VAT: £101.08
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