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Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc 2009

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Pleasant, jolly, and not in the least hard or heavy, the ideal wine for warm asparagus or shellfish in cream, or any tasty starters, and indeed for a delicious käsekuchen.

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Paul Blanck:
The Blanck family has been established in Alsace since the late 16th century and in the wine business in Kientzheim since the early 19th. The regional wine activity has gone through a great deal of changes, mainly political ones, over the last two centuries. Family spirit. This is a reality with the Blancks. The proof is that two generations work hand in hand. The sons, Frédéric and Philippe... Read more
The Blanck family has been established in Alsace since the late 16th century and in the wine business in Kientzheim since the early 19th. The regional wine activity has gone through a great deal of changes, mainly political ones, over the last two centuries. Family spirit. This is a reality with the Blancks. The proof is that two generations work hand in hand. The sons, Frédéric and Philippe work incessantly under the supervision of Bernard and Marcel to improve their wines and move in new directions. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065231,030
3.50 5
08/29/2012

Deep and earthy on the nose with complex aromas of dried apple fruit, dried herbs, a hint of petrol and buckwheat honey. On the palate, this surprises with its really fine focus and piercing acidity. The flavors are fresh though a bit simple, featuring notes of quince and apple flecked with a suggestion of herb and hints of river stones on the back end. The apple fruit becomes more pronounced with air, though the moderately long finish remains suitably lean and dry. River stone minerality and a white pepper finale. 88pts



Pleasant, jolly, and not in the least hard or heavy, the ideal wine for warm asparagus or shellfish in cream, or any tasty starters, and indeed for a delicious käsekuchen.

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