Emile Beyer Tradition Pinot Gris 2010
Typically lower in acidity, the Pinot Gris often presents itself as a succulent and fruity wine when tasted alone. It pairs extremely well rich foods such as liver pate, foie gras and rich sauces, or with spicy dishes, where the residual sugar and lower acidity are balanced and harmonious.
Aromatic notes of orchard blossoms waft through this easy-drinking Pinot Gris, accenting mandarin orange, apricot and candied grapefruit zest, with a minerally base. Features a lightly juicy, lingering finish. Drink now through 2015. 1,200 cases made.
Full-bodied, smooth-textured Pinot Gris, the off-dry character laced with dried apricot fruit and a smoky edge. The wine seems rich, while retaining poise from its acidity.