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Königschaffhauser Trocken Pinot Gris 2009, Q.B.A., Baden, Vulkanfelsen, Germany: Vintages Wine Panel: When most of us think of German wines we tend to think of Riesling. However, in the southern Baden region, the Pinot grapes – Pinots Noir, Blanc and Gris – also play a starring role. The Germans have proven to be masters of these varieties, and the Kaiserstuhl sub-region (across the border from Alsace), where the grapes for this wine were sourced, is considered to be the best production area in Baden. As an added bonus, this wine’s name is a great one to keep in your back pocket for Scrabble nights. My note: Juicy with white peach and grapefruit. Extremely vibrant and refreshing. Serve well chilled then relax. Drink: 2011-2014. 597500 12.50% D 750 mL $13.95 Score: 88/100. February 5, 2011 Full Review
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