2010 Heitlinger Blanc de Noir Baden

SKU #1272652

A German producer with a wide spectrum of varieties and styles, Heitlinger presents its own version of sparkling wine with this bottling. From the winery: "Classical bottle fermentation and classical Pinot Meunier grapes: The Blanc de Noir has a lot in common with champagne, apart from the fact that it comes from selected vineyards of the Heitlinger Winery and hence has its very own, individual light and fruity note."

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Other Red Wines

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Germany

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