Description: This Weissburgunder has an aroma of apple and hazelnut, as well as a little citrus fruit. Fine-flowery notes with filigrain acidity in combination with subtle fruit notes.
Food matching: The perfect accompaniment to terrine of rabbit or partridge, as well as white asparagus with orange sabayon.
Vinification: stainless steel
Ageing potential: 10 years
Tasting notes by Tamlyn Currin
Tamlyn is part of renowned wine critic Jancis Robinson’s team - she is an excellent wine writer and manages the organisation’s tasting notes.
"Stainless-steel fermentation and on lees for four to five months. Arne Bercher uses an old champagne yeast that ferments dry without a flavour profile.
Incredibly spicy nose! Especially as there is no oak. Really exciting Pinot Blanc! Pears and river pebbles and a little buzz of electric energy. Gorgeous finish, a squeeze of grapefruit and then that wonderful mineral/white pepper spice. You just want this in your mouth."
Alcohol: 13,0% vol.
Res. sugar: 1,4 g/l
Acidity: 6,6 g/l