Pinot Gris

4 Reasons Why Alsace Rocks

4 Reasons Why Alsace Rocks

Alsace (say it with us: ah-ZAHS) is a predominantly white wine region in the Rhine River Valley in northeastern France, with Germany and Switzerland for neighbors. Throughout this 10-mile-wide, 80-mile-long strip you’ll find aromatic whites at the ready, including the fab five: your dry Riesling, spicy Gewurztraminer, the always easy-to-drink Pinot Blanc, earthy Pinot Gris, […]

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Drunk In Love: Four Sommelier-Approved Wedding Wine Hacks, Plus 20 Affordable Bottles

Drunk In Love: Four Sommelier-Approved Wedding Wine Hacks, Plus 20 Affordable Bottles

From look books to cake tastings, planning a wedding ain’t easy. The devil really is in the details — all 20,000 of them. Food and drink is one of the most memorable aspects of the big day, but wading through catering menus in search of drink options that demonstrate your “unique couple style” is daunting. […]

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An Illustrated Guide to Pinot Gris from Alsace

An Illustrated Guide to Pinot Gris from Alsace

While Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris may be the same grape, it’s somewhat fitting that two different names exist, as the grape can make two wildly different styles of wine. While Pinot Grigio from Italy is often simple and refreshing, Pinot Gris from Alsace is intensely concentrated and multifaceted, with flavors that include white flower, […]

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