Semi-dry, frank with a pleasing first impression, this wine develops a richness and a very characteristic flavour.
Full-bodied, round and long in the mouth, it has aromas of undergrowth.
Versatile wines for any occasion, it is the ideal match for poultry, foie gras, roasts and game, kidneys, mushrooms or even Alsatian baeckeoffe.
This Pinot gris will also make a great aperitif wine.
In 75 cl bottle
In Alsace, Pinot gris was once called Tokay. A famous legend claims that around 1565 vine plants were brought back from the town of Tokay in Hungary by the Baron Lazare de Schwendi. But according to some theories, it is likely that the grape variety brought back by Lazarus of Schwendi did not correspond to the famous Hungarian wine. Called Grauer Tokayer before 1870, Pinot gris was then successively named Tokay gris, Tokay d’Alsace, Tokay Pinot gris and finally, since April 1st 2007 Pinot gris.
Harvested in the late season, this wine has a clear yellow colour and reveals notes of citrus fruits, particularly lemon.
Mellow and delicate, it combines freshness with suppleness to represent a happy medium in the range of Alsace wines.
A supple wine with a subtle fruitiness, it is a well-balanced and lively wine.