Paul Anheuser Blanc de Noir

Overview

Paul Anheuser Blanc de Noir 

Grape: Pinot Noir 

Region: Nahe, Germany

YES This is a non Skin Contact Pinot Noir!!!

Tones of strawberry and red apple are glazed with caramel in this slightly off-dry blanc de noir, a Pinot Noir vinfied like a white wine. Light bodied and soft in acidity, it's an easy, approachable wine 

An unusual white dry-style Pinot Noir from free-run juice, the wine presents a good firm structure. Made with 100% Pinot Noir.A perfect match for strong Indian and Asian spiced dishes. Also fantastic with a spiced duck leg, dishes with acidic sauces, roasted vegetables and soft cheeses

The Anheuser's family tree dates back to the year 1627 when an Anheuser lived in Kreuznach and was known as an owner of vineyards. At the end of the 19th Century, Rudolf Anheuser extended the vineyards of the estate beyond the boundaries of the town of Bad Kreuznach. Rudolf Anheuser was the first grower in the Nahe region to start the cultivation of vineyards planted exclusively with Riesling. Rudolf's son Paul continued the family tradition, and today Rudolf and Paul (no coincidence) are the 14th generation to own and manage the estate. Their mother, Dorothee, ably assists them. It was one of their ancestors that started a brewery in St. Louis, which gained some measure of notoriety. The vineyards, spread out along the Nahe valley, offer a wide variety of characteristic wines, reflecting the influence of the different soil structures, such as porphyry or red sandstone, and the varying microclimates, especially on the upper Nahe with its incredibly steep rocky formations.

Reg - 16.99

Paul Anheuser Blanc de Noir