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Weingut Weber




This red Spätburgunder seduces with its velvety and fruity aroma.
The grapes are nicely filled with sweet juices of red berries and summery sunny notes. And with an extravagant overripe of the grapes, this means that the wine has an elegant balance between strength, dryness and the tannins.


Denne røde Spätburgunder forfører med sine fløjlsagtig og frugtagtig aroma.

Druerne er dejlig fyldte med sødlige safter af røde bær og sommerlige solrige noter. Og med en ekstravagant overmodenhed af druerne, medfører dette at vinen har en elegant balance mellem styrke, tørhed og tanninerne.


Country: Germany

Region: Nahe

Winery: Weber

Year: 2018

Type: Red

Grapes: Pinot Noir

Alcohol: 13,5%

Aging: Oak barrels

Closure: Cork

Winemaking: Sustainable



This traditional family winery has been located in one of the most beautiful parts of NAHE since 1732. At the well-known Monzinger locations FRÜHLINGSPLÄTZCHEN and HALENBERG, they grow wine using the most modern technology.
As the 10th generation, Laura and her parents manage the vineyards together.

Denne traditionelle familie vingård har været placeret i en af ​​de smukkeste dele af NAHE siden 1732. På de velkendte Monzinger-lokationer FRÜHLINGSPLÄTZCHEN og HALENBERG dyrker de vin ved brug af den mest moderne teknologi.

Som 10. generation administrerer Laura og hendes forældre vinmarkerne sammen.

General grape descriptions

Spätburgunder/Pinot Noir

The fashionable red burgundy grape is capable of producing divinely scented, gorgeously fruity expressions of place but often unwilling or unable to do so. Pinot Noir is sensitive to the size of crop it is expected to produce, and many vapid examples exemplify an over-demanding yield. It ripens relatively early so is not suitable for very warm regions where there would be no time to develop interesting flavours before acid levels plummet. On the other hand, many of the cooler regions in which it thrives suffer autumn rains which can rot Pinot's thin-skinned berries, resulting in pale, tainted wines. The Pinot Noir grower's lot is not an easy one.

This ancient eastern French vine is, with Gouais Blanc, parent of a host of other varieties including Chardonnay, Gamay and the Muscadet grape Melon de Bourgogne. Because it is so old, there are many well-established mutations such as Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Meunier and there is enormous variation in wine quality between different clones. Planting the wrong clone in the wrong place is one of many reasons for the wide variation in quality between different red burgundies and different varietal Pinot Noirs from elsewhere.

The positive side of all this is that Pinot Noir is a very transparent grape. It really can communicate the difference in terroir, or grape-growing environment, between adjacent plots of vineyard.