||Thanks to protection from the Vosges, it is the driest region in France, with hotter summers than the national average.
|Composition of the land
||Soil of limestone, marl and clay.
||At optimal ripeness, it comes from a selection made by hand.
||The grapes are taken to the cellar, delicately pressed and fermented in individual tanks with small additions of indigenous yeasts. Each vineyard has its own tank of fermentation and is vinified separately.
||Once fermentation is complete, usually after a couple of months, the wine is left to rest and then bottled within 11 months of harvest. The bottles are then left to rest for a couple of years before release.
||It can be enjoyed alone, with slightly spicy dishes or even roast pork.
||Price Rolly Gassmann Alsace Pinot Gris 2016 € 19.80