Tag Archives: Pinot Gris

Harringay Dine Wine Me

Recently at a friends’ house we had an excellent supper, with lovely food accompanied by excellent wine, great company and lots of mirth. When we offered to have the same eight people to our place for a repeat performance, someone … Continue reading

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Genesis Wines Trade Tasting

Recently I went to the trade tasting for Genesis Wines at the Century Club in Soho.  There were 113 wines set out by region, with with just over half from France.  As well as the classic regions, there were also … Continue reading

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Viavino Wine Course Session Five

This Tuesday saw the penultimate session of the Classic French Wine Regions wine tasting and education course I’m running.  The idea is to educate about the world of wine whilst also improving tasting skills.  In the fourth session we looked … Continue reading

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Josmeyer Alsace Pinot Gris ‘Fondation 1854′ 2002 Vieilles Vignes

Following on from my post a couple of days ago about Pinot Gris vs Pinot Grigio, I’m delighted to write up the tasting note for a bottle of Alsace Pinot Gris I had the other night with some pre-supper snacks.  This just shows how … Continue reading

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Gris or Grigio?

I was asked the other day what the difference is between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio.  A good question.  The Pinot family has quite a few members, principally Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc, or Pinot Black, Pinot Grey and Pinot White if you … Continue reading

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