Bercher's Jechtinger Grauburgunder has herbaceous notes such as nettles, as well as walnut. It has a subtle fruitiness including a light flavour of cassis. This dry white wine has an excellent minerality.
Food Recommendation: This dry white wine pairs perfectly with a terrine or grilled fish.
Vinification: Fermentation and maturing in an oak cask.
Tasting notes by Tamlyn Currin
Tamlyn is part of renowned wine critic Jancis Robinson’s team - she is an excellent wine writer and manages the organisation’s tasting notes.
"Partially stainless-steel fermented and partially 3,000-litre foudre fermented. 'A good oak regime is like a corset holding it in place.'
Fairly neutral nose. Tiny bit of spritz in the mouth. Slight nuttiness, blanched almonds. Gentle undulating white fruit with a haze of soft spring white blossom. Over-delivers for an estate Pinot Gris."
Alcohol: 12,5% vol.
Res. sugar: 1,7 g/l
Acidity: 6,2 g/l