I've fallen behind again yet still, so a short joint review today to get back up to speed.
First off is my last pinot blanc, a 2009 Gustav Lorentz. My tasting notes on these 2 wines disappeared, so I'll be running on memory today.
This one hails from Alsace, like most pinot blancs. It didn't have the funkiness that the last PB had. Fruity, but not overly so like some Rieslings that taste almost like apple juice. Not much subtlety of flavors either, but a nice enough white.
Second is a 2010 Peter Lehmann Layers white made from semillon, muscat, Gewürtzraminer, pinot gris, and chardonnay. Why they didn't they throw in some sauvignon blanc while they were at it?
This is a nice summer drinking wine; it would go well with chicken on the grill or pasta salad. Again, fruity but not overly so; maybe some notes of vanilla. I got mainly the semillon and maybe the sweetness of the muscat. And probably a good get you want to go wine too.