Name: PINOT BLANC 2008
Type: Dry white wine
Appellation: AOC Alsace Pinot Blanc
Aging period in barrel: 12 months
Alcohol content: 12%
Consumption period: wait from 2 to 5 years before drinking
Temperature of storage: 8° to 12° C / 46° to 53° F
100% Pinot Blanc
Also known as Klevner, according to Jean Louis Stoltz (specialist in ampelography), Pinot Blanc used to be called MOREOTE until the 18th century. (For more information about this grape variety, refer to the Treaty of ampelography in Alsace written at the time of Napoleon. Its origins will no longer have secrets for you).
PINOT BLANC will meet the standard of conviviality in the French gastronomy.
Every time a dry white wine is needed, this wine will fulfill your expectations with its specificities: subtle, dry, but also delicate and soft with mineral and floral nuances.