Dopff au Moulin, Alsace Pinot Blanc 2011, France
Several wines from Alsace have made it as wine of the week on wine-pages over the years, but almost always made from the Riesling or Gewürztraminer grape. The problem with Pinot Blanc is that it can tend to
be rather short of personality, but here the family firm of Dopff au Moulin have done a nice job of making a fresh, fruity, fairly full-bodied but crisp wine in the style Alsace can do so well. Aromas of apple and
melon fruit are made more subtly complex by nuances of spices and almond. On the palate this has weight and creamy texture, the flavours ripe and full but the citrus and apple acidity balancing and making
this a fine food-matching all-rounder - and that's where this wine excels. Watch the video for more info and food-matching suggestions.
£11.90, Slurp.co.uk. See all UK stockists on wine-searcher.
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