A fine German Pinot
 

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Geil Pinot Noir 2015

The Geil family is his historically linked to Rheinhessen, and their roots go all the way back to 1871. That is when Georg Geil bought an old condemned building in the city of Bechtheim.

The company is still family run by Johannes Geil. With a tremendous passion and drive he has already received several awards for his wines. His main focus is to create expressive wines from Riesling, Silvaner and Spætburgunder (Pinot Noir)

The Geil Family makes wines from the entire spectrum within the German quality hierarchy. From simple Gutswein to commune level wine called Ortswein and then of course the very best Grand Cru Lagenweine, which is produced from carefully selected and handpicked grapes.


Geil Pinot Noir 2015:

Fresh and fruity on the nose with subtle aromas of red berries, cloves, roses and forest floor. A good flavour intensity with a long finish.

Pairs With: Chicken, pork and cod

Drink: 5-7 years

Producer: Weingut Johann Geil

Country: Germany

District: Rheinhessen

Subtle aromas of red berries, cloves, roses and forest floor

Marius has worked in several parts of the wine business for the last 16 years. He is currently working as a Category Coordinator for wine and spirits in the Travel Retail business. He is also a part of a tasting panel for the financial newspaper in Norway and writes articles and lectures in his spare time.Marius has a huge passion and dedication for the wine and spirits industry. He is a certified Sommelier and is currently undertaking the WSET Diploma in wines and spirits education.