Germany is a beneficiary of climate change, with warmer temperatures allowing fuller ripening. Alex Pflüger may share a latitude with Reims, but you’d be forgiven for thinking he was closer to Beaune, given the flavour concentration and balanced acidity he achieves across his range.
£15.45 – £165.00
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
Eye: A strikingly pretty light pink.
Nose: Classy aromas of wild strawberry, raspberry and plum.
Palate: Lean, fine and complex. Great length.
Food pairings: Highly versatile – chicken, ham, duck, goose, charcuterie.
Serving temperature: 10-12℃.