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Domaine Remy Gresser Pinot Gris Brandhof 2013

75cl

Domaine Remy Gresser Pinot Gris Brandhof 2013

£18.97
£18.97
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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2013
Appellation:Alsace Pinot gris (Alsace, France)
Winery: Domaine Remy Gresser
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Pinot Gris
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%
Domaine Remy Gresser is the maker of this Domaine Remy Gresser Pinot Gris Brandhof 2013 (£18.97), a white wine from the region of Alsace Pinot gris that is based on the best of pinot gris of 2013 and shows an alcoholic content of 13%. According to Drinks&Co users, this white wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Description of Domaine Remy Gresser Pinot Gris Brandhof 2013

Domaine Remy Gresser Pinot Gris Brandhof 2013 (Pinot Gris)

Producer: Domaine Remy Gresser

Appellation: Alsace Pinot gris

Grapes: Pinot Gris

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- An elegant, interesting wine that will compliment an extending range of food from smoked to spicy.
- Straw-gold colour.
- Lively aromas of flowers, elegant spices and tropical fruits.
- A rich-textured Pinot Gris with captivating aromas of rose petal and Turkish delight with just a hint of sweetness on the finish.
- It drinks great as an Aperitif, pan fried fishes, fishcake, curry, pate, grilled goat cheese, games.
- Remy Gresser's 10 hectare domaine is located in the Bas-Rhin, in the village of Andlau, between Strasbourg and Colmar. The area, at the foot of the Mont Saint-Odile, has long been renowned for the quality of its wines. Records show the domaine has existed since 1520, making it one of the oldest in Alsace.
- Today, Remy, a biodynamic wine grower, continues the family wine making tradition tending to his 35.5 acres with the aim of producing the highest quality wines. Remy believes the most important thing for a winemaker is to love their soil. He is convinced this separates those winemakers who follow profit and market forces, from authentic winemakers who remain faithful to a philosophy of respecting terroir, the environment and nature.
- The clone of Pinot gris grown in Italy is known as Pinot Grigio.
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