International Pinot Noir Tasting, London 2011

German Pinot Noir came up trumps at a recent International Pinot Noir tasting, with seven of the judges top 10 wines coming from Germany. The blind tasting, which was judged by a world-class panel of wine experts including Jancis Robinson MW, Xavier Rousset MS and Peter McCombie MW, was organised by the German Wine Institute and chaired by Tim Atkin MW.

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