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2007 Friedrich Becker Pinot Blanc Kalkgestein
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January/February 2009

($35) Subtle aromas of ripe apricot, vanilla and cinnamon. The velvety texture and crisp kiwi fruit pair nicely with the undertones of wood. The style here is more reminiscent of Chablis than of Meursault, with a graceful acidity that keeps the palate fresh. Peach stone minerality spikes the finish.

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