2017 Rudolph Furst Fruhburgunder Burgstadter Berg
The rarely cultivated, capricious and fickle Frühburgunder is an old clone native to Bürgstadt. It is a small-berried brother of Pinot Noir and, with an average of 22 hl/ha, produces only minimal yields.
Compared to the more delicate Pinot Noir, the Frühburgunder is spicier, darker in fruit, and slightly smokier. The wine is generally more powerful, incredibly complex, and often has a taste of dark chocolate.
A stunning wine and drinking so well at the moment!