Willy Gisselbrecht Pinot Gris 2018
This is a fine example of an Alsatian Pinot Gris with a touch of medium-sweetness. Though the region is most often associated with producing dry white wines, the residual sugar here is not out of step - Alsatian Pinot Gris has traditionally been made in a wide range of sweetness levels. This is crisp and fruity with floral and citrus tones and a lovely weight. The sweetness is perfectly balanced by the bright acidity. Enjoy with lemon-dressed chicken.
The Gisselbrecht family produces wines in Alsace since the 17th century. Today the family owns 17 hectares of Vineyards in the best locations of Dambach la ville and surroundings. One Domaine patiently acquired waiting for the best parcels to be free, specially the Grand cru Frankstein. The village of Dambach la ville is located in the middle of the famous wine road d’alsace. The Wines remain in the cellar after bottling at least one year in order to allow them to reach perfect maturity. A special attention is dedicated to the Grands crus.