The Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris from the pen of Martin Schwarz from Saxony presents a bright, light yellow color in the wine glass. If you give it some air by swirling, you can perceive a perfect balance in this white wine, because it does not stand out on the glass walls watery or syrupy or liqueur-like. The first nose of Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris flatters with star fruit, Gallia melons and grapefruits. The fruity components of the bouquet are joined by notes of barrel aging like even more fruity-balsamic nuances.
On the palate, the Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris from Martin Schwarz starts wonderfully aromatic, fruit-driven and balanced. On the palate, the texture of this balanced white wine is wonderfully melting and dense. Due to the moderate fruit acidity, the Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris flatters the palate with a soft feel, without lacking freshness. The final of this white wine from the wine-growing region of Saxony, which can age well, finally thrills with considerable reverberation. The finish is also accompanied by mineral hints of the soils dominated by loess and clay.
Vinification of the Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris from Martin Schwarz
The basis for the first-class and wonderfully balanced Cuvée Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris from Martin Schwarz are Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc grapes. The grapes grow under optimal conditions in Saxony. The vines here dig their roots deep into soils of clay, loess and volcanic rock. Moreover, the grapes of this white wine from Martin Schwarz do not grow in the lowlands, but dig their roots into the subsoil in steep slopes. Steep slope cultivation ensures that even in cooler wine-growing regions with shorter growing seasons, the vines catch a maximum of sun. The grapes for this white wine from Germany are harvested exclusively by hand, at the time of optimal ripeness. After the hand harvest, the grapes reach the winery by the fastest route. Here they are sorted and carefully ground. Fermentation then takes place in large wood at controlled temperatures. Vinification is followed by aging for several months in oak barrels.
Food recommendation for the Pinot Blanc & Pinot Gris from Martin Schwarz
Experience this white wine from Germany ideally well chilled at 8 - 10°C as an accompanying wine to cod with cucumber-mustard vegetables, vegetable salad with beetroot or asparagus salad with quinoa.
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