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A sweet yet adjusted wine with a liberal mouth feel. The particular smell and kind of new Concord grapes.
A sweet jug fragrant with delicious harmony grapes, this exemplary wine from Manishewitz adjusts fresh corrosiveness with sweet natural product, giving it a liberal mouthfeel.
If this juicy blend tastes like a modern wine, it’s with good reason. Owner and winemaker at this namesake domaine, Michel Fonné trained in California’s Alexander Valley and brought some of the new world back to the old. When Michel took over the estate after the retirement of his uncle and father, he updated the winery and has since become known for his approachable and affordable wines.
Wagner's generic 2011 Weissburgunder trocken features juicy, ripe pear and apple in a subtly creamy context piquantly tinged with pip-like piquancy, as such not hugely far-off from the personality of one of his Silvaners. Typically with Pinot Blanc it is the hint of toasted hazelnut that adds interest in this wines succulent, sustained finish.