The Lorentz family has been making wine since 1836 in the heart of the Alsace, which lies in the northeast corner of France, along the Rhine River. Charles Lorentz Sr., grandfather of the current president of Gustave Lorentz, developed his vineyards on the hills of Altenberg de Bergheim, in the foothills of the Vosges Mountains, which has grown to 85 acres in this extraordinary terroir, with four acres planted on the hills of the Grand Cru Kanzlerberg and 30 acres in the Grand Cru Altenberg de Bergheim.
The Pinot Gris Reserve is gold-yellow in color, with a charming and complex nose of dried, smoky and peated white fruits. Generous and medium bodied, it has a great mouth-filling texture. Very pleasant, fruit-forward, with a very enjoyable and dry finish thanks to its balanced acidity. A very gastronomic Pinot Gris!