Leon Beyer Pinot Blanc France Alsace Dry 2005

Winemaker's Notes:

Elegant with a hint of spice, well-rounded yet delicate, combines freshness and softness, representing the happy medium in the range of Alsace wines. A well-balanced wine. Wine maker

Region: France

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  • 2005

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Winery: Leon Beyer
Color: White
Variety: Misc White
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Leon Beyer:
The Beyer family have been wine-growers in Eguisheim, the cradle of the Alsace wine-producing region, since 1580. In 1867, Emile BEYER founded the "Maison de Vin d'Alsace" (the Alsace wine house, currently run by Léon BEYER, who took over the reins from his father Léon BEYER senior in 1959, and his son Marc.

Elegant with a hint of spice, well-rounded yet delicate, combines freshness and softness, representing the happy medium in the range of Alsace wines. A well-balanced wine. Wine maker

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