Given Germany's overwhelming association with Riesling as its prime fine wine export, it may seem that top-quality Pinot Noir is an emerging trend, something new and cutting edge. That may be true of international attention for fine German Pinot (or Spätburgunder as it is called here) may be relatively new, but red wine specialist Weingut Rudolf Fürst traces its origins in the Franconia region back to 1638, making it older than Donnhoff by over 100 years! Each of their wines represents exceptional value and quality. We have come to expect nothing less from great quality German Riesling. Now, thanks to Rudolf Fürst, it is clear that the same can apply to their superb Pinot Noirs.