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2011 Gernot Heinrich Weissburgunder Leithaberg

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2011 Gernot Heinrich Weissburgunder Leithaberg

Producer: Gernot Heinrich
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Pinot Blanc
Origin: Austria
Region: Austria

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92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July 2013

Freshly cut hay, nectarine and white flowers on the nose. Suave, vibrant and youthfully tight, with juicy flavors of green apple and nectarine. Fresh and firm, this wine finishes with a nutty saltiness and attractive lift. Can pinot blanc be any better than this?

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Pinot Blanc

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