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(2021) From the southern part of Baden, a warm, southerly area this is essentialy the entry level of Martin Wassmer's three Spätburgunders (Pinot Noir), which buyer Marcel Orford Williams says is his prefered cuvée. There is a really lovely cherry and floral-edged perfume here, pot-pourri spices to the fore, a touch of something herbal or mineral way in the background. In the mouth the fruit is sweet, but there's a firm, slightly beetrooty earthiness, a touch of dry, hessian character that I presume comes from inclusion of stems in the ferment, and makes it savoury while slightly blunting the initial fruit sweetness. With a nicely grown-up touch sourness to the acidity to play against the sweet fruit, It feels like a very authentic Pinot this.
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