Baden is known for the Pinot varieties: red, white and gray. This Grauer (gray) Burgunder is in a style evoking the good old days of Alsatian Pinot Gris, but before they became so fat and sweet ... and it has a body and presence that its leaner Italian Grigio cousin doesn't achieve. Volcanic soils impart a beautiful minerality to this single-vineyard wine. Fermented in all stainless, with lively butterscotch and hazelnut aromatic notes, richly textured, and dry on the finish. Shows clarity and precision.
By: Anthony Gittings
K&L Staff Member
This was such an interesting try. Pinot Gris from Germany.. awesome! A beautiful nose of pear, granny smith apples and honey, delicately express themselves when you first approach the wine. Having seen no oak, the wine is bright and minerally with a rich full body. Pineapple and kiwi round out this outstanding wine.
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