Pinot Blanc Klevner Reserve, Cave de Hunawihr 2019/20 75cl

£155.00 per case

Country

France

Vintage

2019/20

Cast

Alsace

APV

12.5%

Grape Variety

Pinot Blanc/Pinot Bianco/Weissburgunder

Food

Aperitif, Fish, Shellfish, Spicy

Wine Type

Vegetarian/Vegan, White Wine

Vegetarian/Vegan

Vegan, Vegetarian

Bottle Cap

Screw Top

Availability: In Stock

75 in stock

Case Quantity

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Quantity Discount Discounted price
12 + 10% £139.50
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(V) and (VG) The Klevner is bright lemon-yellow, with a fresh, clean nose of white flowers and peaches. The palate ripe, stone fruit intensity and an elegant citrus length.

SPECIAL OFFER FOR 12 BOTTLES AT £155.00

Delivery Charges

*Local Free Delivery: SL3 and SL4 postcode (Windsor/Datchet)

*Local Free Delivery: All SL (Except SL7), HP9, GU25, TW18, TW19 & TW20 postcodes. (Min. 6 bottles or 1 Hamper or 1 of our selected Wine cases purchased)

  • England and Wales £10.00
  • England and Wales Free Delivery (Over £200 purchased)
  • Northern Ireland £30 (All BT postcodes)
  • Scotland £15.00 (EH, FK, G, KA, KY, ML, DG and TD postcodes)
  • Scottish Highlands and Islands £ 30.00 (All AB; DD; HS; IV; KW; KA27-28; PA; PH; TR21-25; ZE postcodes)

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Pinot Blanc

It may be a white mutation of the popular Pinot Gris, yet Pinot Blanc has not achieved the same adulation as its star counterpart, and the nearest it gets to a leading role is in some parts of northern Italy and Alsace. It makes subtle yet bright, fresh wines that resemble a milder version of Chardonnay and are highly drinkable and food-friendly. In Alsace (where it is also called Klevner), Pinot Blanc can display a touch of spice with its rounded, creamy fruit, and is often used in the production of base wines for Crémant d’Alsace. In Italy, as Pinot Bianco, the wines are lighter and more minerally, with some apple and pear character. The variety is also planted in Germany and Austria (as Weissburgunder), eastern Europe and California, but has been largely ignored by the rest of the New World in preference for Chardonnay.