The selection de grains noble (SGN) from Alsace. I guessed at 190 g/l; but is 219 g/l.
I struggle to define Pinot Gris; sometimes its pear-like, with more body than riesling but throw in botrytis and its all too difficult. This wine is at BA sweetness levels and the oiliness and honey elements could easily lead to choosing this as a Mosel wine; there are some phenolic aspects, nothing untowards.
Pale colour revealing some musk and lemon sherbet and botrytis spices, very sweet pear and apricot but held together by magic acidity; marvellous texture and balance, so clean – will live for another 20 years. Score 95+.