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Pinot Blanc semi-dry 2004

Current Wines | Wines from 2004

A bottle of Pinot Blanc semi-dry

The Pinot Blanc is an old, traditional white wine variety and well known in almost every nameable 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 out of 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 semi dry Pinot Blanc Late Harvest wines are only slightly sweet and primarily impress with their full body and the intense bouquet instead of pure sugar content. Hence they are very mild, pleasurably to drink and they present themselves favourably on almost every occasion.

Tasting notes

Our semi dry Pinot Blanc 2004 Late Harvest has a fine balanced, spicy bouquet without beeing too bold. It is almost dry on the palate and the tiny bit of sweetness perfectly distinguishes the fine flavour.

Food suggestion

This Late Harvest wine is ideally suited as an aperitif. The small but noticeable amount of residual sugar, combined with the full body have an inspiring and appetizing effect. It also serves well to a great range of stronger food that would otherwise be too intense for a light and dry white wine.

Ageing potential

This wine already gives a lot of drinking pleasure but will still refine within the next 3-4 years.


Drinking Temperature:
12° C
Alcohol Content:
12.1 %vol
Sugar Content:
13 g/L
6.5 g/L
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