Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc Alsace 2011
Editorial Reviews for Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc Alsace
A bit leafy on the nose, with low apricot fruits topped by soapy floral aromas and a touch of gingery spice and hints of green tea. Bright and focused in the mouth, this has little excess weight and really opens in the mouth with impressive floral perfumes that add a tropical cast to the array of citrus, peach and mineral flavors of the mid-palate. The florality persists on the moderately long finish, which turns a bit salty and decidedly mineral. Very spicy and floral inner mouth perfumes make this rather distinct. 88 points
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc Alsace
Jasmine scents infuse this tart, pithy wine with a fresh fragrance. Its green apple acidity balances bitter verbena and almond skin notes. A good value for apéritifs with shellfish.