Johanneshof Reinisch 2016 Grillenhügel Pinot Noir (Thermenregion)

A closed nose reveals nothing but some promising, autumnal earthiness. The palate, however, delivers some of that earthy, red-fruit-tinged Pinot allure that is so reminiscent of wet oak leaves and undergrowth. The body is light and elegant, and yet comes with a convincing, pervasive freshness. A lovely Pinot Noir to go with roast game or smoked meat. Anne Krebiehl MW

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