Auxerrois

Pinot Auxerrois (aka. Auxerrois Blanc)

Auxerrois' tendency towards low acidity makes it suitable to cooler climates, such as England, Ontario's Niagara Peninsula, and in British Columbia where it is grown with some success. A descendant of a Pinot Noir and a Gouais Blanc cross, it is relegated to the higher Haut-Rhin vineyards in Alsace, where it is most often blended into that region’s bulk wine, ‘Edelzwicker’. It is also grown in the northeast Moselle region of Germany. Wine made from Auxerrois tends to be dry, with a musky aroma and some floral and citrus character.


Auxerrois is an international name of intrigue. You are obscure, even in your Alsatian home, where you seek a secret refuge under the roof of ‘Edelzwicker’. With the trouble you’ve had in establishing your own identity in the Old World, one wonders why celebrities like Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Malbec would ever wish to borrow your name as an alias. Perhaps the cool environs of North America will give you a fresh start in a Read more »

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  • Pierre Arnold Alsace Auxerrois 2010

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    No written review

    Wine review by martins2002


  • Bernard and Robert Schoffit Pinot Blanc Cuvee Caroline 2001

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    Wine review by Barberolo


  • Domaine Trapet Ox Auxerrois 2007

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    Before I get into all the specifics of tonight's wine, I should mention I have a little cold. Not bad (or I wouldn't waste the wine), but it might make things taste differently than they should. The color, not at all skewed by my cold is a nice straw yellow, so I'm not expecting it to be too bland - it's not terribly pale. On the nose, I am g... Read More

    Wine review by zinful71


  • Gray Monk Pinot Auxerrois Okanagan Valley Blanc 2007

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    Absolute favourite. Perfect anytime and paired with anything. The most sublime sensation to be found in a glass. The standard by which I measure all other whites. Read More

    Wine review by alanb1108


  • Well if THAT's not the most boring topic I have started... but after a summer of excess (or actually, a couple of years) I've got to buckle down and get in shape. I've decided to follow a low-carb diet called "Paleo" or "caveman diet". Basically it's all about cooking from scratch with veggies, nuts, meat and very limited dairy and fruit. No gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine on a Diet (sigh)


  • I haven't introduced myself, so here goes. My name is Jakob Pippin and I am new Wine Mentor on Snooth, many thanks to Constance and Clare for the opportunity. I am a born and raised Oregonian now calling New York City home. My love of wine began while living in Germany and Austria during my junior year of college while studying abroad in 2008. I... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello from NYC


  • Kogl Auxerrois Mea Culpa 2010

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    Slightly effervescent in the glass. Similar in acidity and crispness to the Sauvignon Blancs I've had. The palate was a bit off-putting at first, but mellowed out after some time in the glass. I attribute this to being in a stelvin-capped bottle. It needed to open up a bit. Definitely young and in need of settling down. Once mellowed, palate had... Read More

    Wine review by StarchitectEDK


  • Kogl Auxerrois Mea Culpa 2010

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    On the nose, crisp lychee, pear, almond and mineral. It's big in minerality on the palate as well. Crisp and fresh with flavors of grapefruit, light apricot, zesty apple, peach and a light nutty quality. Coats the mout toward the finish with a pleasant melon flavor. Nice!91 pts7/7/12 Read More

    Wine review by VegasOenophile


  • So I just tasted trough 16 Mabecs, and this one stood out to me. Lovely fruit and balance wiht a real honest feel. Does this sound like something you would enjoy or do you prefer a more ttypical, fruity profile. let me know!2008 Urraca Malbec Agrelo, Mendoza, Argentina  14.8% $20This is fairly tight on the nose with a liquory streak of blackberr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best Argentine Malbec of the day


  • Les Pinots d'Alsace" Domaine Bott-Geyl 2007

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    Wine review by Ferlima


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