Domaine Schoffit was originally based in the heart of Colmar and their la Harth vineyard is closely linked to the history of the town. In order to overcome urban sprawl, the domaine sensibly extended to the south in 1980, into the territory of rare and rarefied Grand Cru Rangen. The Domaine covers three distinct terroirs: the gravelly soil on the plane of La Harth vineyard near Colmar, the granite soil of Grand Cru Sommerberg and the volcanic rock of Le Rangen in Thann.
About the cuvée
This Pinot Gris is grown on the volcanic soil of Grand Cru Rangen, the pride of Domaine Schoffit. The nose is intense and fresh, with white peach and apricot emerging on the palate. This is an immediately gratifying cuvée: powerful with a great silken consistency and slight acidity. Residual sugars measure 32g/l.
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