2012 Binner "Saveurs" White Blend

SKU #1154472

The Alsatian Binner estate dates back to 1770, and currently has six of their nine hectares under vine. Their Saveurs White Blend combines Riesling, Sylvaner, Auxerrois, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris grown on the estate's clay-silt and limestone soils. Unique and incredibly aromatic, the Saveurs is perfumy, with a lemony accent to complement all the floral aromas. On the palate it is ripe and full of stone fruit and citrus, with a mineral thread.

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Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/26/2014 | Send Email
A blend of Sylvaner, Auxerrois, Gewurztraminer & Pinot Gris, this is a picture-perfect Alsatian wine! Aromatic for sure, but definitely not overpowering perfumey. A delight with seafood, and all kind of spicy foods.

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