Check out the color on this bad boy! The bottle pictured is not a red wine, it is indeed Pinot Gris! We like to talk about how ‘grey’ (gris/ grigio) grapes actually develop pink skins as they ripen and how a skin fermentation can deepen the hue to a surprising degree. This is definitely the darkest we have ever seen Pinot Gris get! Single terroir Pinot from a south facing parcel typified by ferrous, rocky soils with maritime limestone. The wine is fermented with a portion of whole clusters, with 10 days maceration before pressing into steel. The wine is surprisingly structured and rooty!