Stefan Steinmetz makes this in used Burgundy barrels, some of which make their way to him through our buddies in Baden, Enderle and Moll. The nose is a mixture of dark fruit, mocha and some surprisingly bright herbs and spices. Since this is from Germany's crazy high-acid 2010 vintage, there's plenty of cut to balance the dark fruit and the finish is fresh and invigorating. A bit more muscular than Falkenstein's Pinot, and more Burgundian in nature; but try to find a single-site Burgundy at this price that tastes this good! -jfr
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