Bott Geyl Alsace 2016
A rich, aromatic, well-balanced white made up of 40% Pinot Blanc, 40% Pinot Auxerrois, 10% Pinot Gris and 10% Pinot Noir. That last, a red grape of course, is used in the traditional “blanc de noirs” (“white from blacks”) method in which the colour-carrying grape skins are removed from the fermenting wine before any tinge of red appears. The fruit comes from 2.5 hectares of vineyards with vines ranging from 20-25 years of age in Béblenheim and Zellenberg.
“Soft citrus notes appear first. The palate follows with gentle but focused mandarin peel and a bright, luminous core of citrus freshness and weightlessness. Nonetheless, this wine offers a depth of citrus fruit with clear focus and precision. This is lovely, pure and lasting. 91 Points.” (Anne Krebiehl MW, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, August 2016)
This product is eligible for 10% discount when purchased as part of a 12 bottle purchase
75cl / 13%