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2007 Philipp Kuhn Luitmar

This is an unusual wine from Pfalz in Germany. This cuvée is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, St. Laurent, Blaufränkisch and Sangiovese, aged for up to 18 months in oak barrels. I had this wine next to a chili con carne type of dish made with beef minced meat, red beans, tomatoes and chili. Not the best pairing possible but still pleasant.

2007 Philipp Kuhn Luitmar

Dark red garnet color. Developed nose with aromas of fresh red fruits, blackberry, earth, ink and pencil shavings. Supple wine, with pleasant mouth feel and lively, it surprises with its good freshness. Coats the palate really well and exhibits mineral flavors. Medium finish with a certain bitterness in the aftertaste. 14% alc (87/100)

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