Karl Johner Pinot Noir

Karl Johner Pinot Noir

Baden 2020

Baden, Germany

Regular price£110.00
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Having spent a decade in Kent at Lamberhust Vineyard , Karl Heinz Johner and his wife Irene founded a winery in their home town of “Bischoffingen” in the Kaiserstuhl, a range of volcanic mountains in Baden.

The Spätburgunders (Pinot Noirs) of the Kaiserstuhl are some of my favourite wines regarding value for money. They are so distinctive, with a slightly flinty, smoky element to them. When they’re good, they offer so much Pinot Noir expression and invariably offer us Burgundy lovers what we crave from Burgundy at a far keener price.

Style: Red Drink from: 2023
ABV: 13.5% Drink to: 2028
Packaging: OCC Stock arriving: In Stock
Critic scores
94 JS, 90 GM
Critic reviews
This excellent Baden pinot noir is lively and youthful for the very warm 2020 vintage. In fact, it needs a bit of time to open up, but the more obvious aspect of the wine is the generous, full-bodied palate which has a stack of healthy tannins. They power the long, warm and fine-grained finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.
Stuart Pigott, January 2024

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