Stein's Pinot Noir comes from steep slate sites largely in the village of St. Aldegund. The wine is the earthiest of the three Pinots on offer (Stein, Steinmetz and Falkenstein), and the most structured. It's not quite as bright and quaffable as the others but it's still fresh, with plenty of dark-toned minerality. Slate and Pinot are a fascinating combination, and we're lucky to be able to compare all three bottlings from each site. Pinot did quite well in the relatively ripe vintage of 2011, one in which the Rieslings could often lack some definition, but this red, in particular, is singing. -jfr
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