Paul Blanck

+33389782356 32 Grand Rue
Kientzheim, 68240
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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. – Description from Dragac

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  • Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc Alsace 2011

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    Wine review by Nana Cichon


  • Greetings,This past Saturday, I had the pleasure of tasting through several ... ... and terroirs of Domaine Paul Blanck in Kientzheim, just near Kaysersberg - prime real estate in terms of Alsatian terroir. AAlthough they did not have any 2010s to taste - 2010 counts as one of the best vintages in the last 25 years in Alsace - it was great to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Summer visit to Alsatian wine...


  • Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc Alsace 2011

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    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-pala... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Pinot Blanc is the lost sibling of the Pinot family.We’re all familiar ... ... Pinot Bianco. 88pts2009 Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc d’Alsace 12.5% $14Deep 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.... Read More

    From the article Pinot Blanc, It Ain't all Gris.


  • Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc 2009

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    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 b... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Paul Blanck Pinot Gris 2009

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    The brilliant, medium-golden appearance of this wine makes me long for a crisp October evening and all the delicious food that comes in the fall. Fuller-bodied, with notes of honey, apricot, ripe apple, and spice. Pork chop topped with reduced pears or apples, anyone? Read More

    Wine review by Mary Margaret McCamic


  • Paul Blanck Gewürztraminer Alsace Grand Cru Aoc Mambourg 2002

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    Wine review by wdulaney7679


  • Paul Blanck Gewürztraminer Alsace Aoc Altenbourg 2005

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    Probably should have been consumed before now. Actually quite a few years before now, but it is still pretty good. Read More

    Wine review by freerangeathlete


  • Paul Blanck Riesling 2003

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    Holding up well under screw cap in April 2011. Colour golden hue with obvious bottle development. On the nose it shows complex, lifted characters of mineral/citrus, ripe golden peach and a hint of honey. On the palate there is a lovely balance between the acidity, fruit and an aged honeycombe roundness - the acidity is all still there with a cle... Read More

    Wine review by hemingway fine wines


  • Paul Blanck Riesling 2006

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    medium- lemon in color, with a beautiful and intense developing nose of quince, steely, banana, perfume, slight petrol and honey. Medium acidity and body, intense palate of lemon, honey, quince, slight petrol. Medium length. Very good quality, ready to drink and can develop further. Read More

    Wine review by Peter Choy


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