The visual interpretation of this 2021 Blanc de Noir by Michael Andres shines in a bright yellow with shimmering mother-of-pearl tones.
Opening the bottle reveals a bouquet that enchants the senses. It reveals aromas of juicy plums and crisp cherry stone, complemented by nuances of vineyard peach and sharp, freshly cut red apple. Subtle hints of rye bread and white pepper complement the beguiling fragrance palette in a soft, subtle way.
On first tasting, the 2021 Blanc de Noir from Michael Andres unfolds a harmonious palette of juicy fruit notes on the palate, interspersed with freshness and fascinating spiciness, culminating in a stimulating finish. This drop masterfully manages to find the balance between white and red wine and is therefore a versatile companion to various dishes.
For a culinary interplay, I recommend enjoying it in combination with fresh goat cheese and wild raspberries, a refreshing salad of beetroot and caramelised walnuts. But it also develops its flavours perfectly with cold-smoked trout fillet on a bed of lentils, accompanied by a crisp wild herb salad and sweet cranberries. A stuffed leg of quail seasoned with tarragon and mushrooms rounds off the culinary experience with this exceptional wine. Enjoy it as you like and let yourself be enchanted by its wealth of aromas.
Winery Michael Andres, Hauptstr. 33A, 67152 Ruppertsberg/Pfalz / Germany; organic certificate: DE-ÖKO-039