Enticing aromas of apricot, peach and green apple lure you into this smooth-textured, palate-coating white wine. All through the mid-palate those orchard-fruit flavors and textures stay consistent and ever so enjoyable, then give way to notes of almond and quince. Everything's backed by balanced acidity and a subtle hint of oak. Enjoy this with roast chicken, salmon or all on its own.
California, United States
Light Seafood Dishes
In Germany, Pinot Noir is called Spätburgunder. Pinot Meunier is called Schwarzriesling, but some call it Miller's Burgundy for the little white hairs on the underside of the vine's leaves, which look like flour dust.