The coloring was of a medium golden, indicating maturity. The nose gave off aromas of roses and petrol, indicative more of a gewurz or riesling. The taste was a bit sweet on the tip of the tongue but mellow farther back. Flavor profile included the floral notes, petrol, honey, vanilla and a hint of slate. It handled the Keralian fish curry quite well!
Excellent Alsacian pinot gris. Normally I prefer a drier style, but this one had just the right amount of sweetness. Beautiful nose with mineral, stone fruit, beehive, and just a hint of grassiness. Very well-balanced on the palate, with a surprisingly long and complex finish.
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