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The latest from Andrew Jones, this "Skins" orange wine is a blend of Chenin Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Verdejo. That eclectic combination sees some skin contact, imparting a faintly orange-ish hue to the wine and explaining the name. Funky, cidery aromas come through on an expressive nose, while an herbal, savory note makes an appearance on the palate. Round body, racy acidity, and a long finish complete the package. Even though this is a white wine, don't serve it too cold, or you'll lose out on the aromatics. (Sara Jenkins, K&L)
With wonderful aromas of apple cider, chalk and lemon zest, this clean and focused wine expands on the palate to reveal warm apple crisp, clove and quince nuances.
Possessing a long, concentrated citrus finish, this wine pairs perfectly with roasted pork, shellfish and egg-based sauces or as a charming cocktail beverage.
Pinot Blanc, South Tyrol’s most important grape variety, has awakened from its slumber and has evolved a calling-card wine for the region. Schulthauser, having been vinified and bottled for the first time in 1986, is the consummate South Tyrolean Pinot Blanc. This wine isn’t ostentatious, but is a wonderfully fresh-and-fruity Pinot Blanc. It is has an enjoyable creamy softness and lively acidity.
A premium aperitif and summer wine, it is also quite versatile when it comes to food pairing. It goes well not only with seafood and fish but also with delicate dishes made with wild fowl. It is especially recommended as an accompaniment to South Tyrolean Schlutzkrapfen.
- Color – Straw yellow with green shimmer
- Nose – Clean fruity notes of apple, apricot and pear
- Mouth – Lively and balanced with a fruit-incised creaminess