This Rheinhessen producer specialises in Riesling (naturally), but makes a fair go of the Gris variety. Apples and pears, rounded, dry and spicy finish.
Pinot Gris/Grigio– Gris and Grigio are in fact the same variety and both names mean grey in French and Italian respectively. Which is somewhat deceptive because the grapes can be almost blue when ripe. The great wines of Alsace and North Eastern Italy are often made from this variety. It is being widely adopted around the world too. AKA Grauburgunder.