German Spätburgunder, also called Pinot Noir, is a red wine grown in several regions throughout Germany. It is known for its light to medium body, delicate flavors and complex aromas.
In appearance, the German Spätburgunder ranges from a light, translucent red to a darker, more intense ruby red color. On the nose it shows aromas of red berries such as cherries, raspberries and strawberries, along with hints of floral and earthy notes.
On the palate, German Spätburgunder is characterized by its light to medium body, silky texture and delicate flavours. It typically has a lower tannin content compared to other red wines, making it very accessible and easy to drink. The wine's flavor profile can range from fresh and fruity to more complex, with hints of spice, smoke and oak.