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Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc is a white grape widely planted and cultivated in Alsace, which can also be found in Austria (Wachau) and Germany, where it is hailed as Weissburgunder, Italy and Hungary (where it is often used to make export wines as an alternative to the local varieties).

Pinot Blanc was once commonly used in Burgundy and Champagne, but has been deprived of this function.

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    • Origin
    • France
    • Alsace
    Made in the traditional method using Auxerrois and Pinot Blanc grapes. Aromas of fresh apple and quince develop to a well-balanced, fruity and citrus ... Read More
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Key Regions

Alsace (France), Austria, Germany and Italy.

Colour and Flavours

Pale in colour, white peaches and apples appear in the bouquet which are replicated on the palate, conjoining with a certain smokiness to lend the wine a full-bodied and well-rounded finish.

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