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 1982, is the consummate South Tyrolean Pinot blanc. This wine isn’t ostentatious, but is the consummate fresh-and-fruity Pinot blanc, the enjoyment of which is found both in its creamy softness and its lively acidity.
Straw yellow with a green shimmer. Clean fruity notes of apple, apricot and pear. Lively and balanced with a fruit-incised creaminess.
|Regions||Trentino - South Tyrol|
|Alcohol Content||14 %|
|Service temperatures||10/12 °C|
|Ideal moments||Every day|
|Scoring||Robert Parker: 91, James Suckling: 92|
|Wine Style||Wines / White / Pinot Bianco|