This Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir) Rose is a cloudy, dark rose, super spritzy with lots of red fruits, floral notes and a bit of cocoa bean. Bone dry with finely structured acidity, this lovely rose has a good grip and a long finish with a hint of spice.
MF? It isn't what you think... but rather a reference to the Pinot Noir clone used for this rose: Marienfelder Spatburgunder.
Vineyard: The Westhofener Benn vineyard has loamy-loess soils.
Winemaking: Spontaneously fermented in 500-litre wooden barrels, with approximately 15 percent whole bunches. The final wine is bottled unfiltered with a minimal amount of sulphite.
Katharina is one of many shining lights of a new generation of winemakers that cement Rheinhessen's reputation as a serious wine region for extraordinary quality. Following a Media career she decided in her 30’s to leave Berlin to start training as a winemaker, for which she also spent some significant time with Klaus Peter Keller. Back in 2012 she then took over the family estate in Westhofen and never looked back. Since then she has continuously improved quality and is currently in the process of converting to fully organic while also practicing biodynamics in her vineyards. The estate covers about 17ha with south facing vineyards and an average vine age of 50+ years.
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