The Weißer Burgunder Kabinett dry from the Baden winery Siegbert Bimmerle convinces with its balanced balance between ripe fruit and spicy aromas - and promptly received the gold medal of the Baden Wine Association.
The Pinot Blanc variety has been known since the 14th century. It was created by mutation from Pinot Gris, which is considered the archetype of Burgundy varieties.
Nose: the dry white Burgundy cabinet develops a smell of melon and pear on the nose.
Palate: the nutty aromas typical of the variety develop with a finely structured acidity.
Food and wine pairings: an excellent accompaniment to asparagus, white meat such as poultry, fish and seafood.