Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss
A fresh and, balanced Gentil wine from Alsace
Style Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss 2020
Characteristics Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss
Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss is a white wine that is a coupage of Muscat, Riesling, Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. It is a wine from the AOC Alsace produced by Domaine Bott-Geyl.
Domaine Bott-Geyl is a family winery founded in 1926 and located in the Upper Rhine. It has about 14 hectares divided into 75 plots, and these have been cultivated biodynamically since 2002.
For a wine to be considered Gentil at least half of the wine’s grapes need to be from noble strains, which in Alsace means Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris or Gewürstraminer.
Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss is harvested by hand into boxes. Once in the cellar, these are emptied by gravity into pneumatic presses. The bunches are pressed gently and the resulting must is cleaned by decantation for about 24 hours. The fermentation is performed with native yeasts, and lastly the wine rests for a period of 3 to 6 months before being bottled.
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Tasting notes Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss
Bott-Geyl Gentil d'Alsace Métiss is a fresh and balanced wine in which fruit and sweetness first appear, but which are compensated for by a delicate acidity that joins everything together. It has an ageing potential of 5 to 7 years.