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Wines from Alsace, France
primarily high quality white wine. Alsace is one of the few wine regions
of Europe that labels its fine wine by grape variety rather than by
place name, though vineyard names can be added to the variety. The
primary grape varieties of Alsace are Riesling, Pinot Gris (the same
grape as Italian Pinot Grigio), Pinot Blanc, and Gewurztraminer.
Alsatian wines enjoy a wide popularity in France, and are a staple of
the restaurant trade there.
Intense, but elegant aromas of lychee and rose. A bit of baking spice comes through to complement the fruit and floral notes on the ... more
87 Points, Wine Advocate
: "Along with strawberry and red raspberry fruit suggestions that are enhanced by the wine's discreet hint of sweetness, there are saline, meaty, and herbal notes to add interest to both the nose and a lush palate, and more
Bright Citrus peal, quince and herb nose with concentrated floral and white pepper notes.
,Powerful minerality and gentle acidity on the palate.Originally from Switzerland, the Cattin family settled in Alsace in 1720 and started planting their ... more
This juicy dry Riesling features delicate aromas of crunchy pear with hints of white flowers and powerful minerality.... more
Fresh and mineral nose with light notes of tropical fruits (lychee, pineapple and papaya). Palate is fruity and well balanced with a good acidity.Varietal: Muscat Blanc, Sylvaner, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Blanc, RieslingEnjoy with oysters with curry ... more
Alluring nose of golden berries and honey. Bone dry palate with juicy acidity and angular minerality.... more
A powerful and elegant Pinot Blanc featuring white berries, juicy acidity, and stony minerality.... more
375ML Half Bottle
The sappy, subtly salty Hugel 2010 Pinot Blanc Les Amours nicely illustrates the extra measure of pep and extract that were possible with Auxerrois in this unusually cool, late vintage. A delightful hint of creaminess is combined ... more
Audrey and Chrisitan Binner are two of the best vignerons in Alsace. As members of a select group of environmentally conscious winemakers called the AVN (French for the Natural Wine association), these young winemakers and farmers are working with ... more
Located in the village of Orschwihr and established in 1691, Domaine Valentin Zusslin is a biodynamic estate now managed by 13th generation brother and sister team of Jean-Paul and Marie Zusslin.
Zusslin’s Crémant d’Alsace Brut Zéro Sans ... more