Joseph Cattin Grand Cru Pinot Gris
Did you know Pinot Gris is also known by its Italian name Pinot Grigio.
Pinot Gris from France is typically rich and often sweet, whereas Pinot Grigio from Italy is crisp, lighter and somewhat drier .
All about this wine
Current Vintage: 2012
Taste: A powerful and slightly smoky wine with notes of dry fruits and honey. The well textured palate is supported by a fine acidity and flavours of cooked apricots.
Food Match: This wine can be enjoyed alone or paired with dishes with pronounced flavours (such as veal, kidneys, game, duck, or strong cheeses). For dessert it goes perfectly with a rhubarb pie.
Bottle: 3 488330 011168
Case: None currently
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