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Kuentz-Bas Tokay Pinot Gris Collection 1998

Pinot Gris/Grigio from Alsace, France
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    Kuentz-Bas, Alsace, France
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    Winemaking has been part of both the Kuentz and the Bas family histories since the 18th century, and when a son of the Bas family married a Kuentz daughter in 1918, the two families joined forces combining the strongest of the vineyard holdings under one label. Hence the present name, Maison Kuentz-Bas.

    While many winemakers experiment with stylistic innovations today in Alsace -residual sugar and the use of new oak are two of the more popular - Christian Bas speaks of preserving the traditional, more elegant style of Alsatian winemaking, lively and delicate, with finesse.

    Kuentz-Bas bottles under two labels. The Cuvee Tradition wines are made from grapes that they purchase. They are vinified in glass-lined tanks to preserve fruit and freshness, and are intended for foudres, and bottled approximately a year following the vintage. The family also has three Grand Cru vineyards, Pfersigberg, Eichberg and Florimont.

    WBO1318708_1998 Item# 28793