Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Grape probably from Burgundy. This is the gray shape of pinot noir; it should be noted that its gray character is not related to its entire genetic code, but only to that of its mutated cell tissue on the periphery of the grapes and thus only the vegetative propagation can propagate this gray character.
Pinot Gris is grown mainly in the Pays de Loire and Alsace where it gives high quality wines, very fine, particularly those from late harvest or selection of noble grapes: Pinot Gris is well suited to an overmaturation of the grapes on strains.
Aromas of apricot, amber, fresh butter, smoked wood, cocoa, cinnamon, ash, mushroom, chanterelles, honeysuckle, beeswax, wheat, white fruit, passion fruit, broom, humus, fresh nutty, honeyed notes, wet straw, grapefruit, burning vines shoots, undergrowth, vanilla, ...