Winterling Sparkling Pinot Noir

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

From: £12.99


Made with 100% pinot noir (one of the grapes used to make champagne) this comes from the Pfalz region of Germany. Germany is the third largest grower of pinot noir in the world.

This is a delicate soft pink, with fruity notes of strawberries and raspberries , a bit of blossom and candy floss. Take a sip and those notes repeat themselves with a hint of parma violets on the end…all in all quite divine!

Easy sipping, light and delicately fruity.


Father and son Martin and Sebastien Winterling are the winemakers. Most of the family is involved in the business and make wine in one of the most beautiful regions in Germany (we’re not jealous!).

The Winterling brand started in a wine laboratory which was founded by Martin and his wife Anne in 1982. At this time they also began to make some sparkling wine. They were not vineyard owners back then so initially they just bought wine and later grapes to make into cremant.
Martin discovered a real talent for wine-making and the family began to lease vineyards in 1996 so they could have better quality control. By 1999 they had made wine with their own grapes from their own vines.

Since then the business has gone from strength to strength. From small acorns and all that….


  • Blend: 100% Pinot Noir.
  • ABV: 13%.
  • Dosage: 6.5g/l.
  • Organic.

1 review for Winterling Sparkling Pinot Noir

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Westwood

    Well this sparkling wine certainly lived up to its’ hype: Delicate strawberry & raspberry notes with a hint of blossom and candy floss. That is the perfect way to describe it. I couldn’t have put it any better myself!! 
    I’m a real lover of sparkling rose so I was always going to be hard to please but I have to say, these beautiful bubbles really hit the spot; not too dry, not too sweet but the perfect balance.
    It was my birthday last week and we cracked open a bottle of Lanson Rose to celebrate, but in all honesty, I think I enjoyed the Winterling Rose more, and at half the price, who am I to complain?

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