Arthur Metz Alsace Pinot Gris 75cl


£10.99 per 75cl
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Tasting Notes

Colour: This wine has a brilliant golden color with platinum highlights.

Nose: The nose reveals notes of small yellow fruits and almonds, and releases subtle hints of pear and peach.

Palate: Upon the first sip, the wine is supple and fresh, revealing fruity notes of peach, apricot and hazelnut and a final touch of citrus.

Vinification Details

Grapes are harvested at perfect ripeness. Alcoholic fermentation during 10 days under controlled temperatures. The wine is then racked, filtered and bottled.

Regional Information

Alsatian vineyard is situated at the foot of the Vosges, between Marlenheim and Thann. Alsace owns a mosaïc of terroirs very different from each other.

Wine of France
Country of Origin

Allergen Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
Grape Variety
Pinot Gris
Tasting Notes
Colour : Golden, brilliant and limpid. Nose : Very discreet, slight fruitiness. Develops into pear and peach notes. Palate : Wonderful roundness. Fruity, the palate is much more expressive than the nose. Pear and peach/apricot notes.
Soil : Chalky clay.
Recommendations : Charcuterie, fish, poultry.
Country pâté.
Regional Information
Situated in the very North-East of the French hexagon, it
spans the two departments between the Vosges and the
Alsace plain, from Marlenheim in the North to Thann in
the south, reaching 120 km long and 4 km wide.
Current Vintage
Vinification Details
Static cold settling.
Alcoholic fermentation at 18°C.
Matured on fine lees for three months.
Production process designed to create aromatic wines.
Les Grands Chais de France Group
Please drink responsibly
Know your limits
The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week


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08 February 2018 by 
Very typical of French Pinot Gris

Some people find it sweet but being French and having tasted many Pinot Gris from France this one is pretty good for the price. If you don't like sweet Pinot Gris, you should opt for Italian once not French

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23 August 2017 by 
Cloying and sweet

The taste itself may be fine but I'm giving it one star because the description is totally wrong. Tastes more like a dessert or fortified wine

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