Pinot d'Alsace (screwcaps) - 2011
Fruits wines - The classics
dense and dry in the mouth, with a saline quality and very good cut and lift to the citrus and powdered stone flavors.
AOP : Alsace
1 bottle of 0.75 L
(from east-facing vines planted on granite) Pale yellow. Bright aromas of dusty stone, quinine and lime convey an impression of mineral austerity. Then dense and dry in the mouth, with a saline quality and very good cut and lift to the citrus and powdered stone flavors. This brisk, tactile riesling really tickles the taste buds.
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar - Issue 141: November/December 2008
- Alsace 2007 and 2006 - Domaine Paul Blanck, Kientzheim.
This scale is subjective, it depends on your perception of sugar and acidity. Each one sweetens its coffee differently, each one will have another perception of sweetness and acidity .The sugar perception is very personal.Our engagement by this scale is the result of the perception of sucrosity by a tasting. These indications are given for one period from three years. After this time, the perception of the sucrosity can evolve/move.
Position 2/10: dry riesling.