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Published on Nov 19, 2012
Winemaker Robert Foley discusses the Terroir, Vinification, Flavor Profile, and Cellar-ability of his 2009 Pinot Blanc -- a crisp, refreshing white wine that "smells like gardenias and pretty girls," according to Bob.
"Vinified with total focus on the fruit characteristics of the Pinot Blanc grape -- effusive peach and jasmine blossom notes in the bouquet, a beautifully bodied mid-palate, and a flood of fruit and floral flavors. The wine was vinified entirely in stainless steel to preserve the freshness of fruit, no oak barrels, no malolactic fermentation. Ideal accompaniment to fish, poultry, pasta. Benefits from being served chilled. With a perfectly balanced acidity, you'll find the 750ml bottle is really a single serving. Fresh as a fruit salad, great to sip, and versatile for food and wine pairing."