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Auslese Pinot Blanc 2003

Current Wines | Wines from 2003


A bottle of Auslese Pinot Blanc

The Pinot Blanc is an old, traditional white wine variety and well known in almost every notable wine growing region on earth. Everywhere the Pinot Blanc is much renowned and developed in many variations ranging from dry fruitiness to the extreme sweetness of dessert wines made from overripe botrytised grapes. Frequently it can also be found in a very strong style, oaked and bone-dry but with an exceptional full-bodied appearance which is much appreciated by wine enthusiasts from all over the world. Our sweet Pinot Blanc Auslese wines are made exclusively from manually selected overripe grapes. The resulting wines are already very powerful, noticeably sweet and therefore a good start for a trip into the great world of dessert wines.

Tasting notes

Our Pinot Blanc 2003 Auslese offers an outstandingly full flavour and a beautiful consonance of residual sugar and acidity.

Food suggestion

The Auslese serves perfectly as a companion to cheese, sweet and fruity desserts as well as it is suitable for contemplative hours.

Ageing potential

This wine promises lots of drinking pleasure, will be very drinkable about one year after the harvest and will remain so for years to come.

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Details


Drinking Temperature:
12° C
Alcohol Content:
11.9 %vol
Sugar Content:
75.7 g/L
Acidity:
6.1 g/L
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Awards


awc vienna 2011 - international wine challenge


Seal of Approval at the awc vienna 2011 - international wine challenge

Seal of Approval - 86.3 points.