Pinot Gris as it was meant to be! There’s nowhere on earth that produces Pinot Gris quite like Alsace (pronounced Al-zass), a region in the north-east of France that borders Germany.
It’s the home of intensely rich, dry, spicy whites and like Champagne from Champagne or Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, it’s often imitated but rarely matched. It’s the real deal!
You can usually expect to shell out closer to $30 for a decent bottle of the stuff, to get it under twenty bucks is sensational!
The Gisselbrecht family have had a bit of time to fine tune their wine making skills, they’ve been producing wine in Alsace since the 17th century! Off-dry in style, these wines are simply heavenly with food – try this with spicy Asian cuisine, white meats or if you want to do French style then try with duck or goose foie gras!