This is labelled as Pinot Noir (not Spatburgunder) from Germany. 14% abv. Very pale, light ruby in color, clear and bright. The nose is warm with camphor and light cherries. Medium bodied. On the palate, light cherries, slight anise. This is light and easy, but for the money, a nice wine to serve at parties. Drink on its own or will work with pasta or chicken. Drink now.
Light green gold in color. The nose has a "sweet" quality to it with wet rocks and pineapple. That is not meant to say the wine is sweet. It just seems like it will be when sniffing it. On the palate, this has a nice minerality. Some tart pineapple is a good way to describe it. It has some depth to it. Very food friendly, it will go with all but the heartiest and maybe even then. It would be great with spicy Asian foods. This was selling for $12 which is a great value.
Medium gold in color. The nose is nice with only a slight petrol note. Wet rocks and slight grapefruit. With air, more petrol comes out. Nice texture. Dry but the fruit gives it a feeling of sweetness. Grapefruits and minerals. Nice finish. Food friendly. Ageing just fine and no real hurry.