The estate of Thörle is based in Saulheim in the Rheinhesson and their recent Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder in German) vintages have been proclaimed as some of the finest reds produced in the country. Thörle has been run by brothers Johannes and Christoph since 2006. They work organically and are moving towards biodynamic culture. And, of course, besides Pinot Noir the brothers also grow Riesling. Yet this is Riesling from limestone: an altogether different and more Burgundian prospect to wines from elsewhere in Germany that might be grown on slate or loam.
Case of 6 Bottles
price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £253.67
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"Opens with pure, ripe but wonderfully tart cherry aromas, expressed on the palate as pristine fruit. A vivid spine of freshness with concentrated fruit, enfolded by gossamer tannins that make this into a sinuous, seductive wine. That aromatic cherry freshness gets you in the end. From almost 50-year-old vines, this spent 22 months in used and new French oak." Anne Krebiehl MW
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