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Jean Geiler Letzenberg Lieu-Dit Pinot Gris 2008, A.C., Alsace, France: Vintages Wine Panel: This is Pinot Gris for those who like a little minerality in their wines: unsurprisingly it’s from Alsace, which is a promised land of sorts for mineral-fanatics. Wonderfully delicate layers of clay and wet stones take the lead here, with pretty floral and orchard-fruit notes adding complexity. Sports a medium body and silky-smooth texture, culminating in a crisp finish. A nice and refreshing contemplative sipper. My note: Fleshy ripe peaches and apricot with the freshness of a June morning. Lovely, endless pleasure as you rock slowly back and forth in your hammock. 169003 12.50% D 750 mL $16.95 Score: 89/100. June 26, 2010 Full Review
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