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  • Edelzwicker Alsace Wine
  • Gewurztraminer Alsace...
  • Muscat d'Alsace Wine

    The Muscat d'Alsace should not be confused with the soft Muscats of southern France or Spain. This Muscat is a white wine vinified dry, full of freshness and liveliness and fruity. Two Muscat varieties are used, Muscat à Petit Grains, Muscat Ottonel and to a lesser extent Muscat de Frontignan. Most Muscats in Alsace are a blend of the first two muscats. The Muscat d'Alsace perfectly accompanies an aperitif but also dishes of smoked fish or sauce and Asian cuisine.

  • Pinot Blanc Alsace Wine

    Pinot Blanc d'Alsace is a variety that is also known as Clevner or Klevner in Alsatian. A Pinot Blanc d'Alsace is a fresh and supple wine with a nice suppleness and supported by a slight acidity. The fruity nose usually evokes apples and peaches and then notes of white flowers. Pinot Blanc d'Alsace will be paired with an aperitif or appetizers based on vegetables, river fish, its delicacy of aromas will avoid an association with strong cheeses. It is always difficult to find a wine to associate with an egg-based dish, except Pinot Blanc d'Alsace is often the right answer.

  • Pinot Gris Alsace Wine

    Pinot Gris d'Alsace has long been named the Tokay Pinot Gris or the Tokay of Alsace. A legend attributes to Hungary the origin of the grape Pinot Gris while obviously this variety comes from Burgundy. Since 2007 Tokay is reserved for Hungarian wines from the Tokaji region. In this great movement of reordering, the appellation Porto has returned exclusively to Portugal and the appellation Champagne is only used by wines from the Champagne region in France.

    An Alsace Pinot Gris offers fruity aromas reminiscent of peach and apricot and aromas of dried fruit such as almonds or hazelnuts. These wines have a real aging potential and are offered in dry wine or mellow wine. Generally a Pinot Gris from Alsace is well balanced between freshness, structure and roundness.

  • Pinot Noir Alsace Red...

    Pinot Noir d'Alsace originates from Burgundy. Pinot Noir d'Alsace are light and fruity wines, the nose is revealing aromas of red fruits and black fruits and possibly notes of sweet spices such as vanilla and cinnamon during a barrel aging. oak lightning. Pinot Noir is the only red varietal of the 7 grape varieties of Alsace. These wines should be tasted rather young except for particular cases of barrel aging that allows a real bonus with age.

  • Riesling Alsace Dry...

    Riesling is the grape variety of the Rhine Valley par excellence. It offers a nose of great finesse, a great balance highlighted by, fruity aromas of citrus fruits and white flesh like peach and floral aromas and spices. Alsatians are accustomed to say that Riesling is a reflection of the terroir that brought it. Depending on the terroir on which it has taken root, a large Riesling (in grand cru or locality) can also present a superb minerality to the nose and tasting. The big Riesling are wines of a very long guard. The combination Riesling and oysters or seafood, or even the caviar is almost perfect, its minerality and its natural vivacity raises the dishes in cream sauce of fish or poultry. At the end of the meal it is also necessary to combine Riesling and goat cheese.

  • Sélection de Grains...

    The mention SGN (Selection of Grains Nobles) since 1984 is an AOC that designates sweet wines from grape harvest harvested one by one by hand and affected by noble rot Botrytis Cinerea. In Alsace the Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris grapes give the best results in Selection of Noble Grains, there are also SGN in Riesling and Muscat grape varieties. An SGN is highly concentrated in sugar, it is put on the market only after 18 months of aging which gives complex wines powerful and of a good length in mouth.

  • Vendanges Tardives...

    The mention VT (late harvests) since 1984 is an AOC that designates sweet wines from grape harvest harvested in maturity sometimes several weeks after the beginning of the harvest a phenomenon of evaporation of water contained in the bay of raisin explains the concentration of sugar. In Alsace, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris or Gewurztraminer grapes are used to make VT. A VT is highly concentrated in sugar, it is put on the market only after 10 months of aging on fine lees which gives powerful complex wines and a good length in the mouth. A VT perfectly accompanies a foie gras but also the famous Munster of Alsace.

  • Sylvaner Alsace Dry...

    A Sylvaner from Alsace is a dry white wine with a rather discreet nose marked in general by floral notes and citrus notes. The palate is fresh and lively, this refreshing Alsatian white wine is less characteristic than the Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gray or Riesling.It is less sought after but is the perfect companion for an aperitif with friends.

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