Sensational, warming, spicy German Pinot Noir
For those who assume Germany is just Riesling, think again. Pinot Noir thrives! Though, the grape is a tempramental one which must be treated with respect in the vineyard, and, only in the best years does it really show its perfumed beauty. Fürst emulate Burgundy to a certain extent with use of oak barrels and search for elegance above all, happy to cellar the wines for a long period of time to let the gripping tannins flourish. The estate is situated on red clay and limestones soil, which create a great balance for ripening Riesling and Pinot Noir alike.