This Alsatian Pinot Blanc starts a little shy but comes good with time in the glass. It opens up with quite classic chalky, citrus aromas with admirable purity of fruit. It then builds more richness in the mouth, with exotic pear and orange peel flavours rising up supported by a creamy texture with more earthy nuances coming through right on the finish. It’s quite hearty, and best with rich dishes such as Quiche Lorraine.90 pts - Huon Hooke (The Real Review)
Medium yellow with a reserved, shy nose of faint floral perfume and savoury mineral nuances, a trace of lightly buttered toast, the palate surprising with a solid boost of sweetness underlining the gentle stone-fruit flavours.