The Jean-Baptiste Adam 2012 Les Natures Pinot Gris (Alsace) wine is of the Pinot Gris variety from France, produced within the Les Natures vineyard in the Alsace province. The cost is $27. This wine has a score of 75/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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Aromas of underbrush, baked earth, coffee and a whiff of game are followed by soft, easy-drinking fruit flavors.
This is a lightly mineral wine that has a crisp texture and bright acidity. It’s a ripe, opulent wine that needs to be drunk now.
This is a soft, round style of Pinot Grigio that has a smooth texture and a bright acidity. It has a fruity character that is ripe and ripe, ready to drink.
This is a blend of 60 Nebbiolo and 40 Sangiacomo from the estate’s vineyard. It’s a distinctively dry, tannic, full-bodied wine, with a subtle sense of sparkle. It’s not a wine for the close, but a very good one for the cellar.
This is a wine that’s both dry and loaded with ripe fruit. It’s high-toned and minerally, and has a generous texture. The acidity is just right and the wood aging shows well, giving the wine a finish that will develop well over the next few years. Drink now.
This is a ripe, fruity, concentrated wine with powerful tannins. It has fresh, bright black-currant fruit flavors and a strong structure. That will soften with time. Drink from 2018.
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