Don't waste your money
I stayed in the Kientzheim/Ribeauville area of Alsace in 2009 and 2010 and of all the grape varieties pinot gris was my favourite, a pleasure on its own and and with just about any kind of food. The smell, perfume, nose, or whatever you call it put me in a good mood, the taste lingered in the mouth and on the way down. As the glass emptied, the wine tried to stick to the inside of the glass, such was the body/viscosity--and I'm talking about the local entry priced varieties. This Turkheim (a pretty town) variety had no nose to speak of, was thin and tasteless.
The positive is, that I now know that all entry priced Alsace Pinot Gris are not the same, even from the good year of 2009. Buyer beware.