Prieler Pinot Blanc “Seeberg” 2021

SKU: ATWAWPRWIWH775021 Category: Tag:
Pinot Blanc | Burgenland | Austria | White Wine | Weingut Prieler | 2021 | 0,75 L | 13 %
Prieler Pinot Blanc "Seeberg" 2021 is a dry white wine, crafted from Pinot Blanc grapes grown in the "Seeberg" vineyard, located in the esteemed wine-producing region of Burgenland, Austria. This wine epitomizes the dedication of Prieler to expressing the unique characteristics of their vineyard sites, with the "Seeberg" offering a distinctive microclimate and soil composition ideal for cultivating Pinot Blanc of exceptional quality. The meticulous attention to sustainable viticulture and precision in winemaking results in a Pinot Blanc that showcases a beautiful balance of fruit, acidity, and minerality, emblematic of the terroir's unique qualities.
Tasting notes

The 2021 “Seeberg” unfolds with an elegant bouquet of white flowers, green apple, and a touch of citrus, leading to a palate that is both rich and crisp, with flavors of ripe pear, peach, and a subtle hint of almond, complemented by a refreshing mineral finish. This Pinot Blanc is celebrated for its complexity, creamy texture, and the seamless integration of acidity, making it a versatile and sophisticated expression of the varietal. Its depth and elegance make it a standout choice for those seeking a white wine with character and finesse.


Pairing the Prieler Pinot Blanc “Seeberg” with dishes such as baked cod, chicken piccata, or a spring vegetable risotto can enhance the wine’s fruit nuances and mineral complexity. It also pairs beautifully with soft, creamy cheeses, creating a delightful interplay of textures and flavors that highlight the wine’s creamy texture and balanced acidity. These food pairings not only complement the wine’s profile but also underscore its ability to elevate a dining experience, making it a versatile companion to a wide range of culinary styles.

17 in stock

Original price was: 25.00 €.Current price is: 17.50 €.

Wine Searcher review

Pinot Blanc is flexible white-wine grape variety, it can produce quite different styles of wine, depending on winemaker techniques. It produces a medium to full-bodied wine with elevated acidity, good structure and responds well to oak influence. Pinot Blanc's varietal deep flavors characters often include apple and almond, and sometimes hint of smoke.
Burgenland is a large wine-producing region on the eastern border of Austria. Despite the country's image as the producer of some of the world's finest white wines, Austria is also home to a thriving red wine culture: Burgenland, with its sunny, continental summers, is the country's key red wine region, with its wines based mainly on the Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt grape varieties.    The region occupies a narrow strip of land that runs from the Danube River down to Steiermark in the south. On its eastern side is the border with Hungary, and to the west lies the most eastern foothills of the Alps. Steiermark aside, Burgenland is one of Austria's southernmost wine regions, and topographically is more aligned with Hungary than with much of the rest of Austria.   Burgenland is home to four DAC appellations: from north to south; Neusiedlersee, Leithaberg, Mittelburgenland and Eisenberg. Within each of these zones, any wines which do not conform to the particular classification are labeled with the Burgenland appellation.   Burgenland's Lake Neusiedl (Neusiedlersee) is one of the viticultural focus points of the region. It stores summer heat from the Pannonian Plain, an expansive, warm area which covers much of Hungary and eastern Austria, effectively lengthening the ripening season into autumn.   In contrast to the other Burgenland DACs all of the wines of Leithaberg DAC qualify. Red wines must be made predominantly with Blaufränkisch. White grape varieties are Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Neuberger and Grüner Veltliner, either varietally or as a blend.    Mittelburgenland, south of the Neusiedlersee, is perhaps the most notable of Burgenland's red wine regions. The spicy red wines made here from Blaufränkisch have garnered the region its own DAC title, and the variety accounts for more than half of all vineyard land in the region.