If you like your Pinot Gris dry and crisp, you may find this one quite different from your expecations. Full, rich and golden in color, Willm Alsace Pinot Gris 2011 offers a fruit-driven experience with hints of pear, peach and apricot and even honey. It’s sweeter and rounder than you might expect and comes from the northwest corner of France south of Strasbourg.
Willm Estate has been making wines since 1896 and in 1930, was the first Alsatian winery to export to the U.S. Aged in oak vats, this is one of Willm’s Vin d’Reserve premium wines, characterized by elegance and balance. Visit http://alsace-willm.com/i_gb_nc.htm.