Lucien Albrecht Pinot Gris Alsace Grand Cru Aoc Pfingstberg 2007
Wine Tasting NotesRich and full, round and long in the mounth, it goes well with fish cooked in butter and cream and poultry served with a sauce.Add winemaker's notes
One and a half glasses
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Wine Tasting NotesRich and full, round and long in the mounth, it goes well with fish cooked in butter and cream and poultry served with a sauce.
From the historic Alsace region comes Lucien Albrecht. This 18th generation winery has rapidly grown to be the no. 2 imported Alsace producer in the U.S. with their Pinot Gris, one of the most popular wines in the portfolio. Lucien Albrecht Pinot Gris R?serve ?Romanus? This wine, made 100% from Pinot Gris, expresses the rich yet dry power and character of this exceptional varietal. The clay/limestone soil gives a creamy, velvety taste with a long finish.
Wine Enthusiast ReviewRated 92 EDITORS CHOICENails the textural element of Pinot Gris, dealing pear, melon, honey and citrus scents, then a rich, thickly textured mouthfeel. Tastes like peach and pear nectar, without being simply fruity, backed by a river of liquid minerals and a subtle nuttiness.
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