Franz Keller, Pinot Noir Baden 2015
92 points Wine Enthusiast
"Luscious raspberry and red-cherry flavors abound in this lavish, full-bodied Pinot Noir. Framed by soft, pliant tannins and bright acidity, it's fruity and forward in style but nuanced by hints of crushed granite and river rocks. The finish is marked by wisps of smoke and nuts. Drink now–2022."
Region: Baden. Country: Germany.
Jean-Pierre Maldant, Chapelle Notre Dame Pinot Noir Bourgogne 2014
"Strongly reductive on the nose but the palate has such enjoyable purity it can be entirely forgiven. With a bit of air (or perhaps six months in bottle) this should be a hugely enjoyable – and affordable – drink. GV (good value)"
Region: Burgundy. Country: France.
Clos Henri, Petit Clos Pinot Noir Marlborough 2018
91 points Wine Spectator
"Light and fresh, featuring wild strawberry and raspberry flavors, accented by supple tannins. Details of forest floor, spice, clove and white pepper add intrigue and aromatics through the long finish, with gripping tannins. Drink now."
Region: Marlborough. Country: New Zealand.
Barmes Buecher, Reserve Pinot Noir Alsace 2012
Aniseed, redcurrant and a touch of herbal character to give interest. Very slight tannin – enough to give a gentle floury texture to the palate. Pinot Noir with lovely savory notes to finish.
Region: Alsace. Country: France.
Saracco, Pinot Noir 2016
90 points Wine Enthusiast
"Polished and savory, this has fruity aromas of red and black-skinned berry that mix with a whiff of baking spice. The soft round palate doles out juicy black cherry, crushed raspberry and a hint of clove framed in lithe, velvety tannins."
Region: Piedmont. Country: Italy.
Zorzal, 'Gran Terroir' Pinot Noir Argentina 2018
93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"I find the 2018 Gran Terroir Pinot Noir to be closed, austere and serious. It's very much in line with the 2016, with citrus freshness (think blood oranges) and flavors reminiscent of flowers, herbs and wild berries. I love the austerity here. It's young and takes time to reveal its aromas and personality, which makes me think it's going to develop slowly in bottle."
Region: Mendoza. Country: Argentina.