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The specificity of Alsace wines is partly due to the great diversity of the grape varieties used. The differences concern the shape of the leaves, the bunches, the colour of the grapes, the compositions and the aromas... The winegrower can sublimate them thanks to the different soils and microclimates of the region.
A late grape variety which offers lively and typical wines with a fine aroma of citrus fruits and floral and mineral notes. The balance between acidity, fruitiness and structure make it the undisputed king of Alsace wines.
to accompany a pan of Saint-Jacques scallops, sushis, a sauerkraut...
From the German word "Gewürz", which means "spice", this unique grape variety in Alsace offers expressive, full-bodied wines with a bouquet of great intensity and aromas of fruit, flowers and spices.
spicy and Asian dishes, strong cheese or foie gras for a Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives.
Vinified as a rosé or as a red wine, it offers aromas of red fruits or slightly woody aromas with an evolution towards aromas of cooked pear and black cherry when it is aged in oak barrels.
with your grilled meats, red meats or to accompany a piece of Roquefort cheese...
A grape variety planted only in the commune of Heiligenstein and some neighbouring areas, in reality the pink Savagnin, it offers wines at the crossroads of the acidity of Riesling, the aromatic power of a Gewurztraminer and the opulence of a Pinot Gris.
with prawns with curry, a fruit tart...