Friday February 28, 2020

To Try, Buy And Put By

28th May, 2017

In the past, vineyards were plant collectives, with many varieties and the wine made in any area was just whatever grew in that vineyard. In Alsace, Gentil is such a collective wine, made from the blending of all the wineries varieties as here, a dab of pinot blanc, riesling, muscat and even Gewürztraminer. The result is spicy, luscious not cloying, and soft. A perfect everyday summer wine with an ancient pedigree.

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