Enderle & Moll

Baden Pinot Noir

8.913 ratings
9.22 pro ratings
Baden, Germany
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Jae Cho

Entry level Pinot never tasted so good! While you wait on the Liaison.

Entry level Pinot never tasted so good! While you wait on the Liaison.

Oct 12th, 2020
Severn Goodwin

Wine 6/12 (Pinot Noir aka 'Peanut of the Night')

Nose has ripe cherry, tree bark, roses, blood orange slice, minor cedar notes, molasses cookie and fresh blackberry.

Palate has dried strawberry, ripe cherry, dried citrus, tart cherry, molasses, baking spices with notable tannins/acidity, a very long finish.

A perfect wine for any party, if you don't like this there might be something wrong with you. Are you a dyed-in-the-wool White Zinfandel fan, maybe this isn't your game then.

Once again it is notable that I have made one full trip around the Sun earlier this week. We had our small, social bubble team to the house for celebrating my getting older and somewhat less flexible in advancing age...Whatever will be done when I creast 50? Well, at least it's several years until needing manage that concern.

We enjoyed well-salted Ribeyes (Kinderhook Farm - Valatie, NY, prepared 48h in advance), turning to a beautiful medium-rare after a mere 12m of grill time and smashed, small red potatoes with capers (yeah try it, don't judge me yet). None of the bottles were particularly planned as 'steak wines'; we didn't care as it really was a wine nerd-fest of grapes/regions, from Burgenland, Austria to Brittany, France. Wine and food were on individual plateaux today. This was the vom Boden Spring Experience case, expertly curated by Stephen Bitterolf, and well received by our tasting crew.

Wine 6/12 (Pinot Noir aka 'Peanut of the Night')

Nose has ripe cherry, tree bark, roses, blood orange slice, minor cedar notes, molasses cookie and fresh blackberry.

Palate has dried strawberry, ripe cherry, dried citrus, tart cherry, molasses, baking spices with notable tannins/acidity, a very long finish.

A perfect wine for any party, if you don't like this there might be something wrong with you. Are you a dyed-in-the-wool White Zinfandel fan, maybe this isn't your game then.

Once again it is notable that I have made one full trip around the Sun earlier this week. We had our small, social bubble team to the house for celebrating my getting older and somewhat less flexible in advancing age...Whatever will be done when I creast 50? Well, at least it's several years until needing manage that concern.

We enjoyed well-salted Ribeyes (Kinderhook Farm - Valatie, NY, prepared 48h in advance), turning to a beautiful medium-rare after a mere 12m of grill time and smashed, small red potatoes with capers (yeah try it, don't judge me yet). None of the bottles were particularly planned as 'steak wines'; we didn't care as it really was a wine nerd-fest of grapes/regions, from Burgenland, Austria to Brittany, France. Wine and food were on individual plateaux today. This was the vom Boden Spring Experience case, expertly curated by Stephen Bitterolf, and well received by our tasting crew.

Aug 16th, 2020
Pinotman /// Andreas

I wanted to retire from Delectable. But then this comes along. The wine rocks it’s stupid cheap. World class Pinot for little money again by E&M. The 18th are awesome. Perfumed nose of roses and geranium. Very earthy. Tart. Cloves on the back palate. Hint of pine needles. Orange peel. For the fruit I am thinking mostly black currants. Excellent to contemplate over and forget about the 🦠.

I wanted to retire from Delectable. But then this comes along. The wine rocks it’s stupid cheap. World class Pinot for little money again by E&M. The 18th are awesome. Perfumed nose of roses and geranium. Very earthy. Tart. Cloves on the back palate. Hint of pine needles. Orange peel. For the fruit I am thinking mostly black currants. Excellent to contemplate over and forget about the 🦠.

Jan 10th, 2021
Jakub Kalinowski

Fresh & sappy with great flow & nice precision. Ripe red berries & moist undergrowth, a touch of mushroom soup with cream & sprinkle of herbs. Not as funky & layered as the Liaison but poised, polished and a great entry level Pinot.
Brilliant value @ 13€!

Fresh & sappy with great flow & nice precision. Ripe red berries & moist undergrowth, a touch of mushroom soup with cream & sprinkle of herbs. Not as funky & layered as the Liaison but poised, polished and a great entry level Pinot.
Brilliant value @ 13€!

Oct 26th, 2020
Jordan Rothlein

The easiest red. Vom Biden never disappoints.

The easiest red. Vom Biden never disappoints.

Oct 4th, 2020
Peter Sultan

Whoa Nellie. Bought ( along with its more expensive sibling, the Liason) based on the reviews I saw on Delectable. First surprise: the concentration; second: the peppery, gorgeous, fine grained fruit. Creosote nose, along w pepper and black cherries on palate. Strong mid palate. For 23$ I am stunned.

Whoa Nellie. Bought ( along with its more expensive sibling, the Liason) based on the reviews I saw on Delectable. First surprise: the concentration; second: the peppery, gorgeous, fine grained fruit. Creosote nose, along w pepper and black cherries on palate. Strong mid palate. For 23$ I am stunned.

Apr 15th, 2020
Julius Sommer

Julius had this a month ago

Julius had this a month ago

Dec 23rd, 2020
F. Danza

F. had this 4 months ago

F. had this 4 months ago

Sep 17th, 2020
Sven-Åke Sundelius

Sven-Åke had this 6 months ago

Sven-Åke had this 6 months ago

Aug 2nd, 2020
Mark Parker

Mark had this 8 months ago

Mark had this 8 months ago

May 28th, 2020