Rich and aromatic. Peach and apricot.
What stands out about the 2013 Lieu-dit Bux from Dirler-Cadé is its mouthfeel which is unctuous but shows some great freshness at the same time. This sort of vibrant acidity is rather uncommon in Alsace Pinot Gris.
On the nose and palate alike there are notes of peach and apricot. There is a certain sweet touch to this wine yet it is very balanced.
The finish is medium long to long.
How it's made
Dirler-Cadé estate is located in Alsace. It was first created as Dirler Wines by Jean Dirler in the village of Bergholtz in 1871. Still family run, the estate was named Dirler-Cadé in 2000 after the winery took over Ludivine’s Cadé parent’s plots of vines. The business operates 18 hectares (43.2 acres) of vines, 42% of which are classified Saering, Spiegel, Kessler or Kitterlé Grand Cru.Link to here...
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