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Jean-Marc Dreyer
Weg 2018

A direct pressing of pinot gris from a man often-known for his macerations; for anyone who thought him a one-trick pony this wine is here to prove you wrong. I would have fully thought this was some pretty serious Jura savagnin had I tried it blind - his oxidative winemaking technique lends itself remarkably well to the cepage at play here; a touch creamy, with just-flinty reduction, a ghostly texture that's there-but-not, a little nuttiness creeping in through the finish. Blind your fuccboi-est Jura-loving friends, just make sure to swap the bottle first. ;)
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A direct pressing of pinot gris from a man often-known for his macerations; for anyone who thought him a one-trick pony this wine is here to prove you wrong. I would have fully thought this was some pretty serious Jura savagnin had I tried it blind - his oxidative winemaking technique lends itself remarkably well to the cepage at play here; a touch creamy, with just-flinty reduction, a ghostly texture that's there-but-not, a little nuttiness creeping in through the finish. Blind your fuccboi-est Jura-loving friends, just make sure to swap the bottle first. ;)

Producer

Jean-Marc Dreyer
Alsace, France

Jean-Marc Dreyer is an evolving winemaker. Jean-Marc took the reins of his father’s estate back in 2004, and at that time went through phases of interest in new oak, hearty battonage, and residual sugar. It’s a far cry from the wines Dreyer makes today, but certainly gives the sense that Jean-Marc allows himself to become a part of the wines as much as he does the fruit or...

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