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Pinot Gris Furstentum Grand Cru Le Tri 2007 375ml

66,07 

Incl. VAT where applicable
(176,19  / 1000 ml)
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On the palate, the 2007 Pinot Gris Furstentum "Le Tri" presents an aroma reminiscent of dried apricots and dates with an intense and seductive sweetness. Aromas of ripe, caramelised fruits such as apples, quince and orange are accompanied by notes reminiscent of fir honey, gingerbread, brittle and nougat chocolate.

Pinot Gris Furstentum Grand Cru Le Tri 2007 375ml

66,07 

SKU: 9950301021 Categories: , , Weingut:

Color
As the sparkling amber shines, so does the Pinot Gris Furstentum "Le Tri" 2007 in the same magnificent shade.

Bouquet
The fragrance that emanates from this wine is almost unsurpassed in intensity. A delicious bouquet of sun-drenched, caramelised fruits, with apples, quinces and oranges at the forefront, captivates the connoisseur. Notes that make us think of sweet, sticky fir honey, gingerbread at Christmas time, crunchy brittle and velvety soft nougat chocolate join in.

Palate
At the first sip, the Pinot Gris Furstentum "Le Tri" 2007 unfolds an aromatic spectacle on the palate that evokes memories of dried apricots and dates. An intense, almost seductive sweetness is concise. But the sweet elixir retains one last trump card for the aftertaste - a fine, almost unobtrusive note of acidity. It gives this already exceptional wine additional depth and complexity.

Suggested dishes
This wine is excellent with a game terrine, coated in juicy dates and served with black walnuts and a fruity bread. A roasted duck liver without stuffing, garnished with caramelised oranges, can also form a flavourful duet with this wine. A fir honey parfait accompanied by pickled plums rounds off the selection. For cheese lovers, red smear or blue cheese varieties such as Munster, Maroilles, Epoisses or Fourme d' Ambert are recommended, with dried quince or another piece of fruit bread.

Allergens

Contains sulfur

Winemaker

Domaine Albert Mann

Country

France

Region

Alsace

Type

Vintage

Variety

Content

Alcohol content

Residual sweetness

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Acid

11 g/l

Drinking temperature

12°

Parker points

95

Manufacturer

Domaine Albert Mann, 13 rue du Château Haut Rhin, 68920 Wettolsheim / France