Villa Wolf Pinot Noir is warm and medium-bodied, with a firm acid structure.
Does Pinot Noir from Germany come as a surprise? How about the fact that Germany is third in world Pinot plantings? Typically the German style is lighter and leafier than more traditional countries, but when the vines grow in the sunny, warm Pfalz region, Pinot has more body and weight. Lovely strawberry fruit, well-tuned acidity and a spicy, earthy finish, Villa Wolf is a bright and crunchy wine. Twelve months of barrique aging gives the wine a smoky depth and a nice touch of sweet tannins. This is a very grown-up Pinot Noir for the price, and an excellent wine for everyday dining. Pair with a beet salad with warm goat cheese, beef stroganoff, or even barbecued sesame tuna steak.