Grauburgunder is commonly known as Pinot Gris in French or Pinot Grigio in Italian. 4-5 day fermentation on the skins, then pressed. The wine is then moved to a 1,000 liter clay tank and 30-40% of the skins are added back in. It then matures for 10 months before a super-light filtration and a tiny drop of sulfur at bottling. It is markedly darker than the other wines in the lineup but this is solely from the pigment in the skins – it doesn’t see any extra maceration time.