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Pinot Blanc

Matthew and I both believe German Pinot Blanc could gain momentum in the coming years. Germany is the world's largest producer of Pinot Blanc for a reason, and plantings within Germany more than doubled between 2000 and 2017. German Pinot Blanc is an approachable, medium-bodied wine that appreciates gentle touches of oak. Spice and tea leaf dance with fleshy white and pink fruit flavors. My first thought was to pair our featured German Pinot Blanc with schnitzel, but Matthew hit on something pretty genius: How about a pork tenderloin made in the apricot marmalade style? That dash of sweetness is a great complement to the wine’s naturally balanced acidity.


Featured bottle:

Koehler Ruprecht Pinot Blanc Kabinett 2016, Pfalz

Experience it as one of the four in this pack.

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