Presentation of Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer"
Geographical location and soil
Protected from the westerly winds by the sub-Vosgian hills, the vines are located on the best slopes of Ammerschwihr, facing east/south-east. The soils are predominantly clay-limestone.
Vinification of Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer"
After an appropriate pressing in our pneumatic presses, each wine is vinified with the greatest care and then matured for several months on fine lees to gain in structure and reveal their finest aromatic expression.
Tasting notes of Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer"
"Les Caves de l'Enfer" wines are characteristic of their grape variety and representative of the Alsace appellation.
The colour is pale yellow with golden highlights. On the nose, Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer" offers notes of white-fleshed fruit. On the palate, the wine is fresh, pleasant and develops the same aromas as its bouquet, based on fresh fruit.
Food and wine pairing with Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer"
This tender, delicate white wine is the Alsace wine that represents the best compromise gastronomically speaking. It can be enjoyed on its own, and is often considered to be the "mise en bouche" wine. It can then be served with white meats, fish, shellfish, cheese soufflés and vegetable pies or plates. Pinot Blanc is also the perfect partner for asparagus, quiches and vegetable terrines. It will accompany you throughout your meal.
Technical aspects of Pinot Blanc "Les Caves de l'Enfer"
Grape variety : Pinot Blanc Served between 8° and 10°C Residual sugar : 2,9 g/l Alcool : 12.5°