Schlumberger Pinot Gris Les Princes Abbes 2017 HALF (37.5cl)


White, Alsace, France

In stock


A fruity Pinot Gris from the Alsace region of France, to the west of the border with Germany, close to Strasbourg. Pinot Gris is the same grape as Pinot Grigio; when grown in Alsace it’s called Pinot Gris and has more body and flavour than Italian Pinot Grigio, and a different texture, which can divide opinion! The region is famous for its gastronomy, this wine in particular is a great food match. 13.5% ABV.

Additional information

Bottle size

Half (37.5cl)

Grape Variety

Pinot Gris


France, Alsace



Cork or screwcap



13.5% ABV

Who makes this and where is it made?

Domaines Schlumberger is the largest Grands Crus producer in Alsace and located in the valley of Guebwiller on volcanic subsoil. All Schlumberger wines are grown on their own 330 acre Estate. The 'Les Princes Abbés 'range of wines pays tribute to the Abbots princes from the local Abbey at Murbach. These princes owned the vineyards in the region until the French Revolution, and were the first to sell the wines from Guebwiller abroad.

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Ideas for drinking/ food matching

A perfect match to veal, light game meat and soft rind-washed cheeses. Traditional French cuisine works best with this wine.



Technical Details

This wine is made from 100% Pinot Gris. The grapes go through a slow pneumatic pressing and static racking. Fermentation takes place in thermo-regulated tuns for 1 to 4 months then they are matured on their lees from 6 to 8 months. The residual sugar level is 9.61g/L.