Domaine Joseph Cattin Pinot Gris Tokay, Voegtlinshoffen, Alsace, France

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Domaine Joseph Cattin Pinot Gris Tokay, Voegtlinshoffen, Alsace, France

Domaine Joseph Cattin Pinot Gris Alsace France

The Cattin family are of Swiss decent and trace their arrival in Alsace to around the year 1720.

The family settled in the village of Voegtlinshoffen 10km south of the Alsatian wine capital of Colmar.

Being that the region had been famous for its wines since the Middle Ages they immediately planted vines and began the viticultural legacy that continues today.

The Domain is named for Joseph Cattin who became renowned for his pioneering work in grafting that, at the end of the 19th century, is widely credited for saving some of Alsace's best vineyards from phylloxera.

Winery Notes / Critics Reviews

Spicy with complex aromas and a long-lasting finish, this rich-textured wine pairs extremely well with strong flavored dishes and of course with the traditional foie-gras!

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