Roland Schmitt Pinot Gris 2007

Roland Schmitt, Alsace, Pinot Gris 2007 In the nose you’ll find candy and stone fruits. In the mouth the concentration is rather light with a bit of residual sugar and the warmth of alcohol. The fruit is reminiscent of peaches, with a bit of the bitterness you would find by biting into the pit. All in all I am disappointed, especially when comparing this wine to the beautiful Pinot Blanc of the same vintage. Produced by Anne-Marie Schmitt et ses fils, proprietaires-recoltants a Bergbieten 13.6%, purchased for $17.99 at Bottle Barn Roland Schmitt

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