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Enderle and Moll

Enderle & Moll, "Pinot Noir, Basis" 2019

Enderle & Moll, "Pinot Noir, Basis" 2019

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100% Pinot Noir and the producer's entry-level cuvée. Vines grown on sandstone, limestone and loess. 

From the importer:

"All wines are pressed in a small basket press. Maceration lasts 4-6 weeks for red wines and up to 2 weeks for white wines. For vintage 2017 there was 90-100% whole cluster fermentations for the reds. The white wines are destemmed and normally see some skin contact, 2-3 days for the basic ‘Müller’ and up to 2 weeks for the Grauburgunder and Weisßburgunder. All fermentations are with natural yeasts – no yeasts, yeast nutrients or enzymes are added, ever. Most wines are fermented in 300 to 1,500 liter tanks/barrels. The reds are fermented in one-year-old barrels from Burgundy. Enderle & Moll uses them for 2-5 years before retiring them. Minimal use of sulfur (25-40mg/l) at bottling only; all wines are bottled without fining or filtering."

The Producer: Enderle and Moll

The most southerly of Germany’s winemaking regions, Baden (often paired with its forested neighbor to the east, Württemberg) has in recent years become home to some of this northern European nation’s, and indeed the world’s, most exciting renditions of Pinot Noir. It is so often stated as to be nearly trite within wine circles to mention Germany as a potential “New Burgundy,” with seasonal temperatures rising at the behest of an ever-warming climate (the dread inherent in the success of lengthened grape-ripening here is clear). Paired with this new wiggle-room in its yearly ebb and flow of temperature, rainfall, and the like, Baden is home to one of our favorite producers, Enderle & MollFounded in 2007 by Sven Enderle and Florian Moll, after a world’s-worth of education and harvests spent abroad, their winery has trod out a new path in their home-region of Baden, one focused on pairing organic and biodynamic viticultural practices with some of the oldest vines of Pinot Noir in all of Germany. Given their pristine soils of both sandstone and limestone, here was the unlikely birthplace of Spatbürgunder’s new and rich life. Their expressions of Pinot have garnered such unexpected, widespread, and fervent praise that even Jancis Robinson has officially placed them in her “cult” category. 

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