2011 Henrik Möbitz Köpfle Pinot Noir

2011 Henrik Möbitz Köpfle Pinot Noir tonight. What is more German than some brussel sprouts (Rosenkohl) and Spaetburgunder? And there will be some roast chicken and polenta with it. The wine itself is riper than I expected and lacks a little in the complexity department relative to the Enderle Moll from yesterday. Very spice and earth forward. Overall still interesting and worthwhile to drink.

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