Tasting German Pinot Noir locally has really opened my eyes to the quality and value of wines in the region. The absolute star that I have to recommend you seek out is this - the snappily named Schlatter Spatburgunder SW 2014 by Martin Wassmer.
On the nose there’s this wonderful bouquet of autumnal aromas. Dark chocolate, laced with cinnamon and hints of bacon. On the palate there’s an imperceptibly fine grain to the tannins and the texture is gorgeous and silky. Finish - long, uninterrupted and complex.
It’s rare to find great value Pinot these days (thanks Rudy..) but this is worth putting on your radar.