The Kleine Schorre Schouwen-Duiveland Gris is fresh on the one hand, and a little sweet on the other. Juicy too, touch of white fruit and maybe a small raisin in the background. The wine produced by the grape variety Pinot gris (known from Alsace) is both powerful and particularly refined. The wine has complex aromas and sometimes smoky notes and has an acid level high enough to age.
Delicious white wine goes well with dishes with lobster and oysters, also suitable as an aperitif.
De Kleine Schorre Schouwen-Duiveland Gris is a delicious white wine from Schouwen-Duiveland the Netherlands. This wine is made from Pinot Gris grapes.
Recommended wine serving temperature between 8°C and 12°C.
In 2001, Wijnhoeve De Kleine Schorre was born in Zeeland. A strict selection of grapes has been made in collaboration with the renowned Luxembourg wine company Cep d'Or. The choice of grape varieties is based on a number of criteria. One of these is that the wines must connect seamlessly with the good that Zeeland has been offering for many years, namely the Zeeuwse Zilte beatitudes. These salty delights consist of: mussels, Eastern Scheldt lobster, oysters, flatfish, sea lavender and samphire. The choice of grape varieties has therefore fallen on the Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Rivaner and Auxerrois.
Currently 54,000 vines have already been planted. The vineyard has grown to 12 hectares, making it one of the largest vineyards in the Netherlands. The cellar and the trial area are housed in the barn of the Wijnhoeve. When it is time for the harvest, the Wijnhoeve relies on volunteers to pick the grapes. The grapes are processed with the greatest care in the cellar on the site.
|Product||De Kleine Schorre Schouwen-Duiveland Gris|
|Producer - Brand||Wijnhoeve de Kleine Schorre|
|Type of wine||White|
|Grape variety||Pinot Gris|
|Price per bottle||€21.50|