2017 Kaiserstuhl Pinot Noir, Karl Johner, Baden

Tasting Notes

'Weingut Karl H. Johner' is considered to be one of the best estates in Germany and is well-known amongst wine experts.

Multilayered scents of red cherries, ripe cranberry and some forest floor. The oak is very gentle well integrated. The tannin is gentle and only a little astringent. Very beautiful and elegant wine with a delicate finish.


Vineyard Information

In 1985 after ten years abroad, Karl Heinz Johner and his wife Irene founded a little Weingut (vineyard & winery) in their home village 'Bischoffingen' on the volcanic slopes of the Kaiserstuhl in Baden in the Rhine valley. His focus was set on the Burgundy-wines full of structure and pure elegance. Despite having to overcome problems relating to winemaking in the Kaiserstuhl and German wine laws the young Weingut soon established himself as a pioneer of a new German winestyle recognised as being of an international class. Today 'Weingut Karl H. Johner' is considered to be one of the best estates in Germany and is well-known amongst wine experts.


Colour Red Origin Germany
Region Germany Red ABV 13.50%
Drink From 2020 Drink To 2025
Special occasion, Fine Wine, Wine for the Cellar

Original Price £21.99

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