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Cave de Turckheim "Tradition" Pinot Blanc 2020, Alsace

Cave de Turckheim "Tradition" Pinot Blanc 2020, Alsace

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Great value, versatile and very drinkable Pinot Blanc. This classic French white has delicate aromatics with a ripe, fleshy palate and lovely balance, medium-bodied and as ever, brilliantly versatile.

Produced traditionally by winemaker Jean Michel Lihrmann. This Pinot Blanc is blended from 80% Pinot Blanc Auxerrois and 20% Pinot Blanc. The grapes are selected from vineyards with diverse soils - limestone, granite, gravel, marl and sandstone - which impart different characters and styles to the overall blend, and harvested by hand and machine, depending on site. Pneumatic pressing, temperature controlled fermentation, no fining and light filtration before bottling - all to preserve fruit and aromatic qualities and elegance. Michel's enduring approach is to make wines with good acidity and fruit balance.

For any occasion when you want a dry white that is well-balanced and approachable - grilled fish, chicken, salads and quiches all work well too.  

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 13%
Current Stock:
BIN: BTL-0338
Vegan: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes
Style: White
Designation: AOC Alsace
UPC: 3274550310767

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Alsace, France

Alsace has a history that dates back over a thousand years. The Romans first introduced grape growing to the region, and by the Middle Ages, Alsace was known for its high-quality wines.

Today, Alsace is one of the most prestigious wine regions in France and is known for producing some of the finest white wines in the world.

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Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc is a white wine grape. It is a point genetic mutation of Pinot Noir. In Austria it may be bottled as Weissburgunder or Klevner. Weissburgunder is also used in Italy and in Germany. In Hungary it is Fehér Burgundi. In the Czech Republic it is known as Rulandské Bílé, in Slovakia Rulandské Biele and in Croatia Pinot bijeli or Burgundac bijeli.

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Cave de Turckheim

Widely regarded as one of the best co-operatives in the world, Cave de Turckheim lies at the mouth of the Munster Valley. Working closely with 180 partners, its vineyards span the full breadth of Alsatian terroir and grape varieties. Cave de Turckheim only produces wine from the grapes of its member growers, it is a récoltant not a négociant.