2020 'Flutedition' Mixed Wooden Collection Case, Jean Stodden, Ahr

2020 'Flutedition' Mixed Wooden Collection Case, Jean Stodden, Ahr

2020 Spätburgunder Pegel 735, Jean Stodden, Ahr

  • Pegel refers to the level that the water rose to back in July 2020, causing enormous damage. This wine is actually made up of fruit coming from vineyards that no longer exist, vineyards that they may never be permitted to re-plant again in the future. For those familiar with the Stodden wines, this cuvée is similar to the Spätburgunder JS. This is a blend of two sites, one that is in close proximity to the Ahr river and the other that is situated in the lower part of Rech. Expect bright wild red berry fruits as well as red cherries and a touch of spice. The core has a juiciness and concentration that are balanced perfectly with the wine's powdery tannins. A refreshing and very quaffable wine.

2020 Spätburgunder Rescued by H.O. Spanier, Jean Stodden, Ahr

  • This cuvée is dedicated to the Rheinhessen winemaker Hans Oliver Spanier who worked tirelessly with Alexander to taste through the unnamed barrels and quality assess them. This wine was originally destined for a basic cuvée, until Hans realised its potential and premium quality. Classic bacon fat and smoky spice notes resonate from the glass, with dark cherry and ripe red berry fruits providing purity and lift. There is a density and a concentration that is beautifully balanced with a crisp acidity and chalky tannins.

2020 Spätburgunder Alexander Die Grossen, Jean Stodden, Ahr

  • This wine is comparable in quality to the Grosse Gewächs level Spätburgunders from this estate. Expect the spiciness of Krauterberg, a breadth and creaminess of Sonnenberg and a minerality and complexity that you would associate with Herrenberg and Mönchberg. This wine has a delicious red berry perfume that is reminiscent of some of the best Pinot Noir in Germany and beyond. Wild strawberries, jasmine tea and spice are the main charcteristics that shine in this wine. The tannins are tight knit and there is great tension on the core thanks to the crisp acidity and silky palate. The wine has an innate quality that you can enjoy now or will develop and age for many years to come.

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Mixed Case (6 Bottles, 75cl)
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£426.47

Wine details

  • Region & country
    Germany
  • Grape
    Pinot Noir
  • Maturity
    Readyinfo
  • Colour
    Red
  • Sweetness
    Dry
  • Style
    Still
  • Unit Volume
    Mixed Case (6 Bottles, 75cl) (450cl.)
  • ABV
    13%

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