Koehler-Ruprecht Kabinett trocken Pinot Noir 2016

$19.98

Spatburgunder, the German name for Pinot Noir, has been grabbing more and more of our attention in recent years, none more so than Koehler-Ruprecht's.andnbsp;Juicy and very light on its feet, this wine has the tart red fruit and aroma of leather we expect from Spatburgunder with ample amounts of charm.andnbsp;Great with a slight chill, this is a perfect wine to ride out the end of summer into the beginning of fall.

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Ratings on Delectable

Steve Rura

Bracing acidity and bright cranberry. A little fridge time tones it down nicely. Very good Pinot. Better on day 2.

Bracing acidity and bright cranberry. A little fridge time tones it down nicely. Very good Pinot. Better on day 2.

8.9

Pete Cheslock

Tart and lightly acidic. Smoky and herbal too. Unexpected. Nice to try a Pinot from Germany.

Tart and lightly acidic. Smoky and herbal too. Unexpected. Nice to try a Pinot from Germany.

9.1

Sarah J Baker

drank like a dream on day 2 ooh ooh ohh!!

drank like a dream on day 2 ooh ooh ohh!!

8.9

Devin Bostick

Herbal earthy smell, meat, hibiscus, herbal melodies of flavor, fruit (non desc.), body medium light but the tail pushes through

Herbal earthy smell, meat, hibiscus, herbal melodies of flavor, fruit (non desc.), body medium light but the tail pushes through

9.4

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  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

  • Hours:
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    Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
    Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

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