Werner Annaberg Pinot Noir
Werner Annaberg Pinot Noir is the new name for their Spätburgunder Trocken. From the cool Mosel Valley, this pale red German Pinot is crisp, vibrant and fruity.
The Werner winery is ranked amongst the oldest-established winegrowing estates near the Mosel river.
The Werner winery is ranked amongst the oldest-established winegrowing estates near the Mosel river, looking back at a long history.
A family property since 1650, is run by a husband and wife team, Bernhard and Margaret Werner, and has select 6 hectares of steep slope vineyards, and produces some brilliant dry, off-dry and sweet Rieslings and a very rare Mosel Pinot Noir.
Grape Varieties: Spätburgunder.
Farming Practices: Sustainable
Tasting Notes: This rare Mosel Pinot Noir has a soft, approachable character of red cherries alongside smooth tanins, sweet spice from Barrique oak aging and a long, memorable mineral finish.
Sugar Level: 2.7g/l
Closure: Natural Cork
|Country of Origin||Germany|
|Grape Variety||Pinot Noir|
|Main Grape||Pinot Noir|
|Flavour||Vibrant & Fruity|