Sunday August 9, 2020

3 wines to try, buy and put by

15th January, 2015

Kilian Hunn, Graudurgunder, Kabinett, Baden, Germany 2012, €23.50, Karwig Wines, Kilnagleary, Carrigaline, Co. Cork; (91)

This is a gorgeous wine from the southern tip of Alsace. Here, on the southern fringes of the Black Forest, are grown some of Germany’s smartest non-Riesling wines. This Pinot Gris (Graudurgunder) is an Alsace favourite. Planted in Baden, Graudurgunder tastes more succulent than Pinot Gris from France, and more full-bodied than that produced in Italy. It is...

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