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This German Spatburgunder, or Pinot Noir, from Weingut Meiser showcases fully ripe berry flavors and is a great choice for those seeking a fruit-forward option. It pairs well with poultry, salmon, or trout salad and can even be chilled for a more refreshing experience.

Originally founded in 1696, today led by Frank Meiser with help from his kids Julius and Charlotte. The winery also has an estate tavern (known as the Poppenschenke) and a guest house that can accommodate up to 7 guests. The tavern features homemade products from their farm, including cheese and charcuterie.

The ancient cellar, hand-carved from rock, adds a unique touch to this holistic agricultural experience. The farm utilizes sustainable practices and has a variety of animals and crops, without the use of herbicides. The land is rich in limestone, red sandstone, and volcanic rock. And if that isn't enough, you can even book a walk with one of their four alpacas, a dream come true since 2019.

Rheinhessen is located across the Rhine River from Rheingau and Pfalz. Thanks to it's generally warm climate, Rheinhessen produces more wine than any other German region.

Weingut Meiser 2022 Weinheimer Holle Spatburgunder Trocken

SKU: 849720
Regular price $28.85
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COUNTRY: Germany

REGION: Rheinhessen

VARIETAL: Pinot Noir

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This German Spatburgunder, or Pinot Noir, from Weingut Meiser showcases fully ripe berry flavors and is a great choice for those seeking a fruit-forward option. It pairs well with poultry, salmon, or trout salad and can even be chilled for a more refreshing experience.

Originally founded in 1696, today led by Frank Meiser with help from his kids Julius and Charlotte. The winery also has an estate tavern (known as the Poppenschenke) and a guest house that can accommodate up to 7 guests. The tavern features homemade products from their farm, including cheese and charcuterie.

The ancient cellar, hand-carved from rock, adds a unique touch to this holistic agricultural experience. The farm utilizes sustainable practices and has a variety of animals and crops, without the use of herbicides. The land is rich in limestone, red sandstone, and volcanic rock. And if that isn't enough, you can even book a walk with one of their four alpacas, a dream come true since 2019.

Rheinhessen is located across the Rhine River from Rheingau and Pfalz. Thanks to it's generally warm climate, Rheinhessen produces more wine than any other German region.