Kopp Spätburgunder Roter Porphyr, Baden, Germany 2016

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Elegant Pinot Noir with fruit, acidity and body in perfect harmony

Founded in 1996 by Ewald Kopp, Weingut Kopp is located in the Ortenaukreis district of South-West Germany. As one of the best-known areas for vineyards in the Baden region, this is where Spatburgunder rules.

Having taken over after his father's death in 2012, the 27 year old Johannes Kopp was named 'one of the top young winemakers to watch' by German wine guide, Falstaff. He specialises in distinctive Spatburgunder and Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc) wines, with the grapes grown on various well-known, historic sites in Sinzheimer and Baden-Baden Rebland.

Located in the Ortenaukreis district of SouthWest Germany, one of the best-known areas for vineyards in Baden, which is where Spatburgunder (or Pinot Noir) rules.

Tasting Note: This Spätburgunder has aromas of forest fruits, cherries, and cassis. Aged in French oak barrels and unfiltered, this wine shows a lot of potential and complexity, combined with elegance and a spicy aftertaste.

Critics: Jancis Robinson 17/20

Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder)

ABV13%