2007 Gutzler White Pinot Noir

We just received a new shipment and there is one wine in particular that I am absolutely thrilled about. A white Pinot Noir from Gerhard Gutzler. White wine from Pinot Noir? That’s right!

The wine was fermented without any skin contact, similar to the way they make Champagne and Pinot Grigio.

The wine is very aromatic, with a floral notes like rose petal and jasmine, medium bodied with ripe apple, honeydew melon and candied lemon. This wine is very unique in the U.S. market, but is apparently is quite common in Germany, which makes sense because German producers make some of the best white wine in the world. This is a wine-geek wine that shouldn’t be missed!


Published in: on October 3, 2008 at 2:06 pm  Leave a Comment  

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