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Juris Pinot Noir Reserve Oeno13 2005

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

This has a distinctly animal aspect to the nose, which may be off-putting to many people, but it adds a layer of cowpatty and horse blanket over a still assertive core of sassafras-tinged wild cherry and raspberry fruit. This is particularly complex and quite intensely aromatic, and for me a lot of fun to smell. This continues to evolve in the glass, gaining vegetal, soil, and leathery notes. Elegant on entry with fine balance, this has excellent complexity in the mouth, revealing a nice beetroot and rhubarb aspect that complements the fresh, lightly spicy red fruits of the mid-palate. There’s a touch of wood on the backend and a gentle medicinal overtone that adds a bit of a cough lozenge aspect to the long wild cherry and mineral finish. Lovely Pinot, complex and elegant. 93pts

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Region: Austria » Burgenland

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Winery: Weingut Juris
Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Weingut Juris:
The JURIS Winery is located in the historic center of Gols. The Stiegelmar family has been cultivating grapes in this wine area for generations. The earliest records of the Stiegelmar winery are documented in a family prayer book and dated 1571. Today the JURIS vineyards are located in the best locations of the Gols district. Georg Stiegelmar began with the production of high quality noble swe... Read more
The JURIS Winery is located in the historic center of Gols. The Stiegelmar family has been cultivating grapes in this wine area for generations. The earliest records of the Stiegelmar winery are documented in a family prayer book and dated 1571. Today the JURIS vineyards are located in the best locations of the Gols district. Georg Stiegelmar began with the production of high quality noble sweet wines parallel to his takeover of the family winery in 1965. As time passed the significance of red wine, production grew and now makes up 80% of the total wines. White wines and sweet wines receive equal care and attention although they make up only 20% of production. The vineyards include all of Austria’s most important red wine varieties, but special focus is given the grapes of the Burgundy family, St. Laurent and Pinot Noir. The classic varieties Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc play the main role for the white wines. Read less
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Editorial Reviews for Juris Pinot Noir Reserve Oeno13

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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4.50 5
12/09/2010

This has a distinctly animal aspect to the nose, which may be off-putting to many people, but it adds a layer of cowpatty and horse blanket over a still assertive core of sassafras-tinged wild cherry and raspberry fruit. This is particularly complex and quite intensely aromatic, and for me a lot of fun to smell. This continues to evolve in the glass, gaining vegetal, soil, and leathery notes. Elegant on entry with fine balance, this has excellent complexity in the mouth, revealing a nice beetroot and rhubarb aspect that complements the fresh, lightly spicy red fruits of the mid-palate. There’s a touch of wood on the backend and a gentle medicinal overtone that adds a bit of a cough lozenge aspect to the long wild cherry and mineral finish. Lovely Pinot, complex and elegant. 93pts



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