Knauss (Knauß)- Pure Pinot Blanc 2019


A full blooded, tangy and bold orange Pinot Blanc from Southern Germany. This is one for the more adventurous among you, or the orange and Pinot Blanc aficionados. Excellent for pairing with strong fish dishes such as smoked eel, or fuller flavoured white meat dishes.


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Knauss (Knauß)- Pure Pinot Blanc 2019

Producer: Weingut Andi Knauss

Country: Germany

Region: Württemberg | South Germany

Grapes: Pinot Blanc

Certified Organic | Natural

Knauss – Pure Pinot Blanc is one for the more adventurous drinker, or the Pinot Blanc and orange wine aficionados among you. It’s medium bodied, full of character and definitely on the tangy end of the scale. Clearly this had had quite a bit of skin contact.

Orange verging on amber wine with aromas reminiscent of fruit pastry and roast squash, mellow and peachy texture in the mouth with flavours of spiced golden pears and cider apples locked together by lovely natural acidity.

Pairing. The producer recommends smoked Eel and Smoked Trout, which I can imagine being a good match, but like all of the fuller orange wines, it is perfect for pairing with all manner of stronger flavoured dishes where a red just wont go, and most whites simply wont cut it. I would suggest Moroccan food, Tuna Pasta, roast chicken or spicy chicken. If you need something to cut through the strong flavours, this is the one.

Knauss – Pure, Pinot Blanc contains minimal added sulphites. Read more.

Knauss – Pure, Pinot Blanc is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.


More about the producer:


Winemaking was only a hobby for earlier generations of the family but Andi Knauss knew for a long time that he wanted to become a vigneron. Having trained in Austria, where Andi learned how to work organically in the vineyard, he took over the reins at Weingut Knauss in 2004 and now makes wines from over a hundred different plots in Strumpfelbach.

TERROIR: Limestone, Marl, Schilfsandstein, Kieselsandstein, Stubensandstein from Schnait and Butelbach vineyards planted in 1994

YIELDS (hectolitre per hectare): 40hl/ha VINIFICATION:

  • Manual harvest
  • 100% of grapes fermented for 5 weeks on the skins, the rest pressed and fermented in stainless steel
  • Wild yeast
  • Ambient
  • Wine is blended before ageing in barrels, amphora and stainless steel
  • No fining

Additional information

Bottle Size

Bottle 75 cl


Czech Republic




Frankovka (Blaufrankisch)


Blanc de Noir, Buttery and complex, Medium Bodied

Enjoy with...

Pasta, Tuna, White Meats


Organic Practice, Uncertified


Vegan, Vegetarian



Sulphur content

Minimal Added Sulphites

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