ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
Château Merican Koshu Gris de Gris
A very distinctive orange wine with great balance. Don't mistake them for hipsters jumping on the orange wine bandwagon—they've been doing the Gris de Gris since 2002. Called Gris (grey in French), because the Koshu grapes have a tinge of grey in its purple-pink skins. With alluring wild rose aromas and savory dimensions, Koshu Gris de Gris owes its warm, inviting Santa-Monica-Pier-sunset tint, three-dimensional feeling in the mouth, and complex palate of Koshu skin and seeds from undergoing skin fermentation (juice and skin fermented together) for four weeks. A great way to enjoy the Koshu grape from head to tail, as its skin, seeds, and juice all work together towards the final expression of the wine.