Editorial Reviews for Domaine Marc Kreydenweiss Pinot Blanc
Rich and round with fine acids and a white orchard fruit tone. Finish could use a it more length though it exhibited a touch of spice and soil on the finish. 87pts
Light aromas of citrus. Very light and dry. Citrus and a bitter acidity. Not my cup of tea (Pinot Blanc in general), but it's clean and well made.
Very elegant aromas lead to a mineral wine. Its very oily which keeps the acidity in check, but is a very mineral wine throughout.
Opens up beautifully like a magician taking you backstage to reveal the secrets of the phantom sugars, traces of chicken stock, honey violets, watermelon. Good long finish.
Light, buttery nose with a hint of almonds and light stone fruits. Flavors are oily, buttery, and nutty. It's more savory than sweet, and has a nice long finish. Solid.
I'm not much of a white wine drinker, but with this wine I'm noticing more complexity rather than the blinding tart peachiness I'm used to. Definitely on a different level than many other whites I've tried.
Light fragrant nose. Mineral, oily and rich. Good acids, and some spice on the finish. Its not a very potent wine, so take care not to serve too cold as that will dampen the flavor.
Maybe I like this wine because I drank it with a friend. Opened just a few days ago (May/2010) and it was great - elegant, clean but also rich. Like the fruity aroma (but not sweet) and the minerality. Great to taste alone.