Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, and now Grauer Burgunder…they’re all the same thing! Pinot Gris is a great and versatile grape, and here’s a wine that certainly proves that! Made by a German Co-op it’s complex and mineral driven from volcanic soils. It has a fresh fruit nose with just a hint of daisies and a sumptuous round palate. Aged in stainless steel (not oak) this wine is dry and delicious and just the sort of interesting alternative we like to offer here at Pour! Wonderful with seafood salads, cream sauces, and soft cheeses.
Full name: Winzergenossenschaft Konigschaffhausen, Grauerburgunder Konigschaffhausen
Variety: Grauer Burgunder (Pinot Gris)
Region: Baden, Germany