Trousseau Gris

Trousseau Gris (Troo-so-gree) has a crisp, clean, flowery bouquet with flavors of fresh peaches, honeysuckle, pear, melon, delicate spice and tropical fruit flavors which makes it a delightful compliment to a wide array of foods! Compare its “nose” to Viognier or Marsanne, with a gentler spice than a dry Gewürztraminer and far, far, more fruit than the best Pinot Gris could ever hope for! Trousseau Gris is originally traced back to the Alsace–Lorraine in Northern France near the German border. In addition to making still wine this grape has also been used for port, blended into method champenoise and even for strengthening the nose and complexity of many other white & red wines! – Description from Vine Master Fanucchi

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  • "While I appreciate what they (Tegan, Duncan Arnot-Meyers) are trying to ... to ... Trousse, Trousseau,Trousseau Gris, Troussot, Trusiaux, Trusseau, Trussiau, and Verdejo TintoHave heard through the grapevine (pun intended) that people are starting to do interesting things with it in CA. Haven't had any yet, thus my questio Read More

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  • Bedrock Wine Co. Compagni Portis Vineyard Sonoma Valley 2013


    Clear pale yellow color. Very expressive nosetropical fruits along with orange blossom floral. Not nearly as assertive on the tip of the tongue. Im still getting the tropical fruit along with stone fruit, but it kinda sneaks up on you. An interesting mid-palate heaviness shows up and suddenly, these fruit flavors fade. Acid appears on the b... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • The research continues, Al.  The truth is its own ... of Gewurztraminer, Riesling, Trousseau Gris, Roter Veltliner, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and [the ubiquitous] others.  Here's a fun wine.  Big floral/ fruity nose.  Interestinly, no big fruit assault on entry, but, yes, I'm definitely getting some combination of trropical and stone fruits.  Acid... Read More

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  • GT, I'll set you up with the Port varietals.  Pierce Ranch in Monterey ... ... had the Wind Gap Trousseau Gris a little while ago at Pizzaiolo when we had a non-red wine kind of meal.  It was quite good, not great.  Glad I tried it there since it was the most interesting thing in the white menu.We planned to go out with friends of ours tonight... Read More

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  • Thought I'd start a topic to see what "different" wines people are drinking. I've been on a hunt to find wines made from lesser known grapes or from unusual areas. Here's one of each.This is a rose made from Cinsault, not too unusual right? Well this is from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Either they don't make very good wine in Lebanon or this bo... Read More

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  • The key to the Asparagus pairing is to serve it blanched in a salad. That way a ... bodied reds would work well. Trousseau Gris, Mourvèdre, Rosé of Grenache...The Artichoke, or Avocado as Al puts it, really isn't that hard for us because we serve it with Mayonnaise so we need something with some acidity and tannin to cut through. We often have ... Read More

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  • My previous challenges were for geographical locales and entire cuisines of difficulty. This time it's for difficult food items. What wines, if any, match these? Matches to specific recipes are welcome! 1)  Green, white or any other color2)  California's official veggie3)  Belgium's??4) Mold as a good thing5) Moctezuma's favorite food (and aphro... Read More

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  • SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: our origins and future in a single glance I am going to ... ... napa cab cast aside and trousseau gris sought out. To some degree, what is lost is any discussion of excellence. That old, aristocratic, virtue is replaced by the celebration of lightness, freshness-- younger, more democratic virtues. This is what was so inte... Read More

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  • Perhaps we could use a place to share recent purchases...Here are some '12 Burlotto Langhe Nebbiolo, which came highly recommended from a trusted friend who just got back from a month in Italy. I'm not seeing many available in the States quite yet, but was happy to find these locally. Read More

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  • Bedrock Wine Co. Compagni Portis Vineyard 2012


    Quite pale yellow color. Somewhat complex nose--I'm getting floral/spicy but also vanilla/oaky. Quite fruity on the tip of the tongue with some tropical fruit flavors and some melon. Some bitterness on the back of the palate. It is quite refreshing, though. This one will work with or without food accompaniment. US$25.00 from the winery mai... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • This is the wine to watch!

    Comment by 1167509WineTweeter 1167509 WineTweeter

  • Mr Fanucchi is a Maverick! This Grape makes great wine & we are lucky to have him farming & preserving great wine grapes that do not conform to the boring norm!

    Comment by 941521Jim Mossnan 941521 Jim Mossnan

  • * Online video Review just Posted (link at the bottom): Judit and Corina on Wine Dine TV capture and convey the essence of the wine in a lively enthusiastic and understandable way not simply using the same old worn out descriptors! Among their words describing the Fanucchi Vineyards 2006 Trousseau Gris is: "...Inviting, Peach Cobbler, Lively a...

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  • This is a great find, Thank you!

    Comment by 863106Ryan JP 863106 Ryan JP

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  • It's worth finding the Original Trousseau Gris from Fanucchi Vineyards!

    Comment by 814509Redstate 814509 Redstate

  • Trousseau Gris is THE wine!

    Comment by 806255Luciano L 806255 Luciano L

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