Pinot Gris


  • The Vineyard

    • The Domaine de La Pierre Latine is made up of eight plots distributed around the edge of the appellation of Yvorne and bounded by the foothills of the Vaud Alps. It is entirely west/southwest facing with steep slopes of up to 35-40%, which allows good natural land drainage.

    • Superficie

      6 ha

    • Altitude

      410m to 600m

    • Position

      west / Southwest

    • Soil

      rich in alluvium, sediment, scree and gravel, on an alpine limestone bedrock

    • Cépage

      Pinot Gris, average age 20 years. Pruning: taille longue (Guyot)

    • Cultivation

      minimal chemical intervention.

  • The Winery

    • The grapes are picked by hand at peak maturity and carefully sorted in the vineyard. After destemming and pressing using a pneumatic press, the must is allowed to settle before fermentation begins. Fermentation takes place over 2 to 6 weeks, on the lees, with regular stirring. 15% of the wine is aged in the concrete egg/amphora and 85% in French oak barrels (half new, half second use).

    • Format

      Bottles (75cl), half bottles (37.5cl) and magnums (150cl)
      For larger sizes please contact the Domaine at the beginning of the year.

  • Tasting

    • Colour

      yellow to deep gold

    • Aromatics

      Well-rounded with a hint of ripe tropical fruit (mango), sweet peach and a note of salted caramel

    • Palate

      Rich and generous opening, enhanced by integrated tannins from the barrel ageing. Aromas of honey, brioche and vanilla, with ripe fruits on the finish.

  • Serving

    • Optimum serving temperature


    • Areation

      Open 5 to 10 minutes before serving, ideally in Burgundy glasses

    • Ageing potential

      10+ years

    • Food and wine pairing

      Delicious accompaniment to seafood based main dishes - lobster, carabineros prawns, slipper lobster and meaty fish - turbot, swordfish etc. and also goes beautifully with squash, gnocchi and vegetarian dishes.

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