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THE DIVERSITY OF GERMAN SPÄTBURGUNDER

Monday March 7th, 2022 at 10 AM Pacific

If you’ve never heard of Spätburgunder, you are missing out. It’s the German name for Pinot Noir, of which Germany is the world’s third largest producer. 

Join Master of Wine Romana Echensperger for a look at why German Pinot Noir is so diverse in taste and profile. You’ll learn the history of Spätburgunder, the variety of clones planted, its different soil types and various regions.

Furthermore, you’ll explore the newest trends in vinification and the potential of several Pinot clones for sparkling wine and Rosé production.

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Romana Echensperger, MW

Romana works as an international consultant and educator, regularly hosting workshops for the German Wine Institute on the many facets of German wine. 

As a wine journalist, she contributes to numerous German magazines, and pens her own wine column in the dailies of DuMont publishing house. She also recently published a comprehensive book on biodynamic viticulture in German speaking countries. 

Romana launched her own wine business in 2011 following positions as head sommelière in various top-class restaurants in Germany and Spain. She passed her Master of Wine exam in 2015.

 

THE DIVERSITY OF GERMAN SPÄTBURGUNDER

MONDAY MARCH 7 @ 10AM PST

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