Domaine Meyer-Fonné Pinot Blanc Vielles Vignes 2014 -white

Pinot Blanc Vieilles Vignes 2012 is made of the older Pinot Blanc vinesof the vineyard . Pinot Blanc is perhaps not quite as well known as Riesling, but may, as in this case, create excellent wines of equal good quality to Riesling wines. Pinot Blanc is the second most widely planted grape variety in Alsace after Riesling.

Price (9,08 € Bottle)

54,50 €

Wine description

  • Country : France
  • Region : Alsace
  • Grape variety : Pinot Blanc
  • Classification : AOP Alsace Pinot or Klevner
  • Awards : Gault & Millau vins
  • Color : White
  • Vintage : 2015
  • Alcohol degree : 12.5%
  • Storage potential : 2 years
  • Volume : 75 cl

Presentation of the vineyard

Domaine Meyer-Fonné is located in a village named Katzenthal just outside the city of Colmar. This part of Alsace is fantastically beautiful, and not only that, in Katzenthal everything is more or less about wine! The Meyer family has Swiss origins and grow wine in Katzenthal since 3 generations. Fonné have been added to the name of the vineyard after a daughter married to Fonné. Today it's Felix, the 3rd generation Meyer who has taken over the production since 1992. During recent years he has, in agreement with his father, developed and modernized the winery. The result of the efforts will not be mistaken after the tasting of the wines!

Sommelier's advice

Very bright yellow color. Intriguing, complex aromas of flowers and fruit. A dry, soft but deep flavor with hints of honey. Good length of the aromas which end in good harmony. Excellent with seafood, but also as a good allround wine for lighter dishes such as assorted salads, charcuterie or diverse quiches.

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