Pinot Gris

Being a grey mutation of the Pinot Noir (black) grape, Pinot Gris also originated in Burgundy. It allows for the crafting of wines that boast great finesse and pleasing intensity.
In France, Pinot Gris is primarily planted in vineyards in the foothills of Alsace and in the Vosges mountain range. However, it is also found further south, on the plains of the Languedoc region, where vines were recently though sparingly planted

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IGP Pays d'Oc100% Pinot Gris2018
  • Tasting Les Jamelles Pinot Gris features a floral, fruity nose redolent of rose, lychee, vineyard peach, lemon and grapefruit that meld with a touch of white pepper and ginger. Round and refreshing on the palate with a raspberry finish.
  • Food & Wine Enjoy chilled (10°C /12°C) as an aperitif, with shellfish (oysters), tapas or marinated salmon. Catherine Delaunay suggests a red kuri squash gratin as a delectable match, or for a more classic pairing, try it with an assortment of goat and sheep’s cheeses.
  • MedalsGilbert et Gaillard : médaille d'or


44,40 € tax incl. / The case of 6 bottles ( 7,40 € the bottle)


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