Rudolf Furst Tradition Spätburgunder Trocken VDP Gutswein 2018

MXN $1161

Grape: 100% Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir)

Appellation: Gutswein VDP

Region: Franken, Germany

You’ll taste/smell: this is German Pinot Noir’s finest, made in a Burgundian style with some new oak. This is considered a “village” level wine and has lovely fresh fruit, some exotic spice and an ethereal texture. The aromas are lively with fruit confit and lots of wet earth. Truly impressive, offering crisp black-cherry and plum flavors shaded by dried herb, smoke and roasted beetroot. Vibrant acidity gives it firm structure but tannins are ripe and integrated already. SO much aging potential

Good to have it with: Outstanding with grilled seafood, poultry as well as fine cuts of beef and game

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Wine details: Rudolf Furst Tradition Spätburgunder Trocken VDP Gutswein

Vinification: The wine matures for 13 months in used, small wooden barrels. The grapes also come from our estate vineyards, from plots of young vines in the Grosse Lage and Erste Lage vineyards, and also from very old vines at the foot of the slopes.
Aging capacity: 8+ years or more
Alcohol Grade: 13%
Size: 750 ml

Producer details: Rudolf Furst

Paul Fürst was Gault-Millau winemaker of the Year in 2003 and Sebastian achieved this distinction in 2018. Paul was honored for his life’s work in 2020.

In addition to producing some of the finest white wines on the planet from Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Müller Thurgau, and a few others, Fürst belongs to the red wine elite in Germany for producing some of the most refined and finesse Pinot Noirs in all of Germany. The vineyards are located in the villages of Bürgstadt with the Centgrafenberg and in Klingenberg with its Schlossberg.

Meticulous care of the vines is the primary focus of the vineyard. Selection of the best vine material and old clones is compulsory, as is high planting density and a low vine training system. The vineyards are supplied with self-produced compost. Selective manual harvest takes place in several passes through the vineyard. Soils with high solar radiation, superbly cultivated vines and very low yields lead to a wine quality that is recognized nationally and internationally – now in over 30 countries around the world.

Iron-rich red rock, a particularly mild microclimate, and dry stone walls that are listed as a historical monument distinguish the Churfranken area in the western part of the Franken (Franconia) wine region. Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) has long been the leading variety here in Bürgstadt and Klingenberg. Our particularly racy and filigree Rieslings grow on rocky Buntsandstein (red sandstone).


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Winemaking style

Biodynamic, Organic