Gisselbrecht Pinot Gris

By: Glengarry  06-Dec-2011

Pinot Gris 2010

Works a treat on its own, but is also a great match for the Christmas ham, cold cuts of poultry, roasts, Thai, Indian, even sweet and sour dishes. This versatility is one of the reasons why it's so widely listed in French restaurants. A lush, full bodied Pinot Gris – as only the Alsatians can do it – with blossom, honeycomb and spice aromas, and richly textured pear and stonefruit flavours balanced by mineral notes.

Region / Country: Alsace, France
Varietal: Pinot Gris

Volume: 750ml

Food Match: Light Poultry and Seafood

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