The light-footed Pinot Blanc from Weingut Manz flows into the glass with a brilliant light yellow color. Poured into a white wine glass, this white wine from Germany shows wonderfully expressive aromas of apple, orange blossom, lime and jasmine, rounded off by other fruity nuances.
This dry white wine from Weingut Manz is for wine connoisseurs who prefer to drink bone dry. The Pinot Blanc already comes very close to this, it was vinified with just 16.9 grams of residual sugar. The Weingut Manz Kein Pinot Blanc reveals an incredibly fruity taste on the tongue, which is of course due to its residual sweetness profile. On the tongue, this light-footed white wine is characterized by an incredibly creamy texture. Due to its lively fruit acidity, the Pinot Blanc presents itself wonderfully fresh and lively on the palate. The final of this white wine from the wine-growing region of Rheinhessen finally convinces with good reverberation. The finish is also accompanied by mineral notes of the soils dominated by loess soil.
Vinification of the Pinot Blanc from Manz Winery
This white wine clearly focuses on one grape variety, and that is Pinot Blanc. For this exceptionally elegant varietal wine from Weingut Manz, only first-class grapes were harvested. The grapes grow under optimal conditions in Rheinhessen. The vines here dig their roots deep into soils of loess soil. After the grape harvest, the grapes reach the winery by the fastest route. Here they are sorted and carefully broken up. Fermentation then takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging for several months on the fine lees before the wine is finally drawn into bottles.
Food recommendation for the Pinot Blanc from Weingut Manz
Drink this white wine from Germany best well chilled at 8 - 10°C as an accompanying wine to wok vegetables with fish, roasted trout with ginger pear or spaghetti with yogurt-mint pesto.
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