Balthasar Ress Pinot Blanc Trocken 2021
A lovely alternative to Riesling for those who prefer fruity, low-acid and creamy wines, this Pinot Blanc makes for a great everyday/summer wine.
Fruit is sourced from the Ress family vineyards in the Rheingau and Rheinhessen, fermented in stainless steel and left to rest for 4 months before bottling.
Pale straw in colour and light on the nose, this is typically understated, pear, melon and quince with a suggestion of lemon meringue pie. Lithe and minerally on the palate, soft yellow fruits, pineapple and lychee, with a gentle finish infused with floral notes and delicate spices, it’s delightful.
- Dry, rounded, minerally
- 11% Alcohol
- Drink by 2024
- White Wine, Wine
- Germany, Rheingau
- Organic Wine
- Pinot Blanc
- Balthasar Ress
Producer: Balthasar Ress
Balthasar Ress set up Gasthof Ress, an inn and eatery in the idyllic village of Hattenheim on the Rhine river, in 1870, laying the foundation for a long gastronomic tradition as well as the family winery that fourth and fifth generation Stefan and Christian Ress manage today. It was Christian began the process of organic conversion of the vineyards in 2016, with over 50 hectares making Balthasar Ress the largest organic winery in the state of Hesse.
No other wine-growing region in the world is characterized by just one grape variety as much as the Rheingau by Riesling. So it is with Balthasar Ress, one of the few wineries that own vineyards in prestigious locations across the entire Rheingau, from Assmannshausen to Erbach. Riesling (90%) and Pinot Noir dominate the vineyards, producing world class wines while proudly protecting the flora and fauna that share the land. "We create fine Rieslings and fine Pinot Noirs for wine enthusiasts worldwide and always follow Balthasar's maxim: Fein Sei Der Wein!" (fine be the wine!). And so it is.
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