Jean Biecher & Fils
Pinot Blanc " Réserve"
History of the Alsace Pinot Blanc
Pinot Blanc is the white version of Pinot Noir. It was only as the result of a congressional decision at Chalons in 1896 that this varietal was distinguished from Chardonnay. It was first identified in 1895 as the white version of Pinot Noir by Pulliat in Chassagne-Montrachet, and then in 1896 by Durand at Nuits-Saint-Georges.
Tasting notes of Pinot Blanc Reserve Jean Biecher & Fils
Appearance : Pale yellow in colour with hints of green. The wine is clear and brilliant.
Nose : The nose is fresh and delicately fruity, offering notes of peaches and apples, with floral hints.
Palate : Pinot Blanc opens quickly. Pleasant and soft, with medium acidity, it represents a solid middle-ground within the range of Alsatia wines.
Food and wine : Pinot Blanc can easily accompany starters or main courses. It pairs well with simple dishes such as fish, white meats, poultry and egg-based dishes (omelettes, eggs benedicte, quiches, etc.). It is also delicious with soft cheeses
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