Fritz Waßmer Spätburgunder 'M' 2018

Fritz Waßmer

Fritz Waßmer Spätburgunder 'M' 2018

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In 1998, Fritz Waßmer took a lifetime of family learning and, with a passion for the vines that was second nature, started his own winery in Bad Krozingen, Baden. Proudly self-taught in the intricacies of winemaking but with generations of viticultural knowledge in his bones, Fritz built on an affinity he felt for Pinot Noir and never looked back.

His love for this iconic grape, one of the star varietals of Baden, goes back a long way when Fritz started to develop an admiration for the legendary Burgundy approach to Pinot Noir production. While this is the guiding star grape at Fritz Waßmer, other classic French cultivars like Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot also have a special place in the winery vineyards. Rarities in leading German wine regions, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, and even Auxerrois have been added in recent years.

Whether a flagship Pinot Noir or another timeless grape, Fritz’s near-obsession is to enable each unique terroir to shine through in every sip.

Smooth and refined with an abundance of aromas of dark fruits such as cherry and blueberry, spicy nuance. The palate is clear, fresh and has very fine tannins, accompanied by dark fruits and some fennel. Very nice balance, refreshing and fruity with finesse, a certain flowery and understatement. A pleasure.

Bottle 750ml, Cork
Varietal Pinot Noir
Alcohol 13%
Region Baden, Germany

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