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Pinot Gris Clos Jebsal 2016 Vendange tardive


Pinot Gris Clos Jebsal 2016 Vendange Tardive Vendange tardive

Bottling date :
August 2017
Alcohol :
13.5 °
Residual sugar :
49.1 g/l
Total Acidity :
3.5 g/l H2SO4
pH :
Yield :
45.0 hl/ha
Optimum drinking period :
Average age of the vines :
Vineyard planted in 1983
Terroir :
Grey marls and gypsum (Keuper). South facing, very steep slope.

Tasting Notes :

8/2017: intense gold colour. As noble rot was in small proportion, the nose remains very fruity and elegant for such a wine. There are lots of white fruit, peach, apricots aromatics and only a little honey on the nose. The palate doesn’t come as a surprise, the nose has already announced a seductive and gently sweet mouth. Nice length, but no unnecessary weight. This wine will go far and should keep its seductive and harmonious balance.