Pinot Gris is the fastest-growing white varietal in the United States today. Here are fine examples from Alsace, its home base in France
Posted: July 12, 2002
Alsace, in the far northeastern corner of France, has for centuries produced distinctive and alluring white wines. Pinot Gris (sometimes called Tokay Pinot Gris or Tokay d'Alsace) is one of the most widely planted varieties in this area, along with Riesling and Gewürztraminer.
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