Shelter Winery

Hans-Bert Espe Und Silke Wolf Baden Spätburgunder

8.927 ratings
8.95 pro ratings
Baden, Germany
Spätburgunder
Top Notes For
Michael Zimberg

Sommelier/Host What Would Mikey Drink?

9.1

Cool charcoal aromas. Funky and earthy. I'd guess Oregon Pinot blind. Nice finish.

Cool charcoal aromas. Funky and earthy. I'd guess Oregon Pinot blind. Nice finish.

Aug 11th, 2015
Eric Hastings

Beverage and Bar Coordinator Jean-Georges NYC

8.8

Funky Baden PN

Funky Baden PN

Apr 3rd, 2015
Yasuki Kuniyoshi

クラシコでセット購入。
淡い赤紫かな。軽いけど、凄いバランス良い!

クラシコでセット購入。
淡い赤紫かな。軽いけど、凄いバランス良い!

Jul 4th, 2018
Jbatten

Another delicious Spatburgunder Pinot Noir. Nice balance of herbs and fruit. Maker is new to me and love the label.

Another delicious Spatburgunder Pinot Noir. Nice balance of herbs and fruit. Maker is new to me and love the label.

May 25th, 2016
Mary H
9.1

Can you say Spätburgunder 3 times fast? #spätburgunder #pinotnoir

Can you say Spätburgunder 3 times fast? #spätburgunder #pinotnoir

Jul 11th, 2015
Damon Gray

Baden lots of funk, not for the faint hearted

Baden lots of funk, not for the faint hearted

Jul 2nd, 2015
Diana Cho

Smoky and light

Smoky and light

May 21st, 2015
Carlos Gonzalez

Somewhere between Willamette and Carneros. A hair on the sweet side for me.

Somewhere between Willamette and Carneros. A hair on the sweet side for me.

Mar 15th, 2015
Andrea de Leonardis

SHELTER SPAETBURGUNDER 2011, BADEN GERMANY Yet another take on Pinot Noir with a german name suggesting that the grape was imported from Burgundy few centuries ago. It did indeed adapt wonderfully to the soils and harsh climates of Germany where also Riesling does extremely well. Lovely,bright red fruit,hint of spices, elegant and refreshing, juicy,good length. Refined red berries(raspberries mainly) Good sharpness,lingering finish.The best part is the palate where after notes vanilla on the nose we find dry,fresh,peppery minerality. Versatile wine pairs with pastas like busiate Trapanese , mushrooms appetizer , pork ragout, and even roasted fish .It could benefit from a slight chill even during cold winter nights

SHELTER SPAETBURGUNDER 2011, BADEN GERMANY Yet another take on Pinot Noir with a german name suggesting that the grape was imported from Burgundy few centuries ago. It did indeed adapt wonderfully to the soils and harsh climates of Germany where also Riesling does extremely well. Lovely,bright red fruit,hint of spices, elegant and refreshing, juicy,good length. Refined red berries(raspberries mainly) Good sharpness,lingering finish.The best part is the palate where after notes vanilla on the nose we find dry,fresh,peppery minerality. Versatile wine pairs with pastas like busiate Trapanese , mushrooms appetizer , pork ragout, and even roasted fish .It could benefit from a slight chill even during cold winter nights

Jan 22nd, 2015