Karl Johner Pinot Noir 2021, Kaiserstuhl, Baden, Germany

Red cherry aromas with a touch of bramble fruits and nuances of vanilla and oak flavours. Youthful with smooth tannins and an elegant supple finish.


Tasting Notes - This is Weingut Karl H. Johner's entry-level Pinot Noir. The oak here is very gentle and well integrated, it gives a complex and alluring aroma of toasted wood and tobacco alongside red cherries and dark berries. Surprisingly full-bodied on the palate, the tannins are gentle with some subtle residual astringency. It has medium acidity with an elegant, delicate finish.

Blend - Pinot Noir (Spatburgunder) 100%

Producer - In 1985, after ten years abroad, Karl Heinz Johner and his wife Irene founded a little Weingut (vineyard & winery) in their home village “Bischoffingen” in the Kaiserstühl, located in southwestern Germany, near the border with France. Their focus was on the Burgundian styles – wines full of structure and pure elegance. Despite having to overcome initial issues, the young Karl Johner soon established himself as a pioneer of a new German wine style.

Alcohol percentage – 14%


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