A savory, focused wine, pulsing with a vibrant beam of acidity, fresh-cut parsley and chive. Shows honeyed nectarine and honeydew at the core, with smoke, flint and green almond accents emerging through the succulent, dry finish.
This round, broad wine has good density to the green plum and orange flavors, all upheld by pink grapefruit acidity on the oily palate. Shows nice range and length, with green herbs and floral highlights.
A remarkable pinot gris that radically breaks the mold. Although this has stunning roasted apricot and smoky aromas in the nose it is actually a very cool and restrained wine with enormous mineral tension. Some may find this too extreme, but for us it has an almost overwhelming beauty.
Aromas of wood smoke and mild Alpine cheese on this wine are intense and likely to be divisive. Those who take the plunge will be rewarded with a zingy, refreshing sip redolent of Granny Smith apples. For a Pinot Gris from the region, this wine has big body, but it’s kept in check by pulsing acidity. That smoky note returns on the finish, but now with a juicy, tangy punch.
This self-confidently atypical pinot gris has astonishing acidity that’s got the intensity of a lightning strike. Tons of pineapple and toast character, but also gigantic, lemony freshness at the exceptionally bright finish. We find this amazing. From biodynamically grown grapes.