Famille Hugel Pinot Gris Estate 2015

Famille Hugel Pinot Gris Estate


A new selection "parcellaire" of carefully chosen plots of the Famille Hugel estate situated in Riquewihr in its most prestigious crus. Most of the plots chosen for this new wine are being converted into Organic viticulture. The unique clay soils of Riquewihr, in and around the Sporen give a characteristic density to wines from this remarkable terroir. A wine of depth and of patience.


About this Wine

Country France
Region Alsace
Appellation Alsace
Winery Famille Hugel
Vintage 2015
Color White
Grapes Pinot Gris
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Bottle Size 750
Case Size 12
Alcohol 14%
Product Code 1037015
Inventory In Stock

Owning & Enjoying

Tasting notes

Visually attractive intense and generous concentrated colour with a fine sparkle: straw yellow, lemon, lime tree leaf, pale spring green and dense but smooth legs.
The aroma is intense, expressive and offers the spontaneity of its calm magnificence that remains balanced and harmonious just the same with acacia blossom honey, apricot, grapefruit and orange peel, zan, liquorice, fresh almonds, "Reine Claude" plums with a hint of cake and wood smoke.
On the palate it has a soft, full, juicy typically wine-like texture that combine with its fresh and dynamic dryness. The after taste is full-flavoured with a deep and refreshing finish which leaves the mouth clear, crisp and satisfied.
This wine is fine to serve now and can be laid down for up to 10 years. This is a great Pinot Gris which can be enjoyed straight away but will age remarkably well over the next ten years.
Recommends with gastronomic dishes, with sea or fresh water fish with freshwater shrimp or lobster sauce, or served with spiced dishes: lamb curry, red mullet in turmeric, monkfish in saffron. With some ageing it will become an ideal companion for poultry, pheasant or other white meat dishes. Veal chops with wild mushrooms, game-bird terrine.

by Serge Dubs, World's Best Sommelier 1989



Harvested exclusively by hand from clay and limestone vineyards in a dozen of the most favoured localities in and around Riquewihr with a high percentage of estate grapes.


Winery Description

The house of Hugel was established in Riquewihr, a town in a continental cultivation area with no climatic influence from the Atlantic Ocean, in the Alsace district in 1639.

The Hugel family has kept up the golden rule that “The quality of the wine depends on the grapes themselves” for more than 12 generations over 360 years and it has made its mark on grape cultivation and winemaking history. Starting with its Generic wine that expresses the characteristics of each grape variety and vintage, Famille Hugel boasts a superior line-up with the Jubilee which is made from only handpicked harvests from the best sections, the Vendange Tardive, made from late harvested grapes and the Selection de Grains Nobles using grapes affected by noble rot.

Having started on the wine lists of the finest restaurants in France, the famous name of Famille Hugel is known all over the world and is currently exported to 120 countries.

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