Jean Stodden, Spätburgunder JS 2021

£37.50 (75cl)

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Tasting note

Aged for 16 months in old oak barrels has note of juicy, ripe red berries along with slightly smoky notes and spices. It is a wine with great structure, soft tannins, a refreshing acidity, and a long finish.

Food pairing

Try with lightly grilled beef, or game dishes like a venison stew or roasted partridge.

About the producer

The Stodden family has been involved in winemaking in the Ahr Valley since 1578. Today Alexander Stodden is responsible for producing some of the greatest and most distinctive Pinot Noir’s in Germany. Quality is the key to production: pruning is carried out both in winter and spring, with a green harvest in summer. All the grapes are handpicked and undergo selection within both the vineyards and cellar. The slate soils offer the wines a specific flavour profile, with a defining pithy edge. If Pinot Noir was grown in Savennières, it would probably taste like this.