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Traditional wines


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This is a good starting point to discover Alsatian grape varieties…

  • Edelzwicker :

A blended wine composed of several grape varieties, light and pleasant for everyday drinking.
Food accompaniments : to be drunk on its own or as a ‘kir’ (white wine with blackcurrant liqueur)
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Sylvaner :

A fruity and refreshing wine.
Food accompaniments : starters, quiches, shellfish, grilled meats
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Pinot Blanc :

Our Pinot Blanc offers a delightful combination of freshness, body and suppleness. Boasting a lovely brilliant yellow robe, this wine gives us beautifully delicate aromas associated with overmaturation. The mouthfeel is rich and smooth with a citrus fruit character.
Food accompaniments : starters, shellfish, cold meats, raw vegetables, quiches, white meats
Sugar level : level 2

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  • Rosé :

Guide Gilbert et Gaillard 2008
This wine has a very fruity redcurrant and cherry nose and these same notes are to be found in the mouth. Light and fresh, as refreshing as you could wish for, this wine is the perfect partner for Summer culinary indulgence.
Food accompaniments : grilled meats, cold meats and starters.
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Chasselas :

A superb thirst-quenching wine, fruity and refreshing.
Food accompaniments : mixed salads, poultry and fish terrines
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Pinot Noir :

This is the only grape variety in Alsace that produces a red or rosé wine. Its typical fruity flavour is reminiscent of cherries.
Food accompaniments : red and white meats, cheese
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Muscat :

Sigille Confrérie St Etienne / Guide Gilbert et Gaillard 2008
Highly aromatic, this wine offers a perfect demonstration of fresh fruit flavours. It differs from the sweeter Muscat wines of Southern France in its dryness.
Food accompaniments :aperitifs, asparagus
Sugar level : level 2

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  • Riesling :

Dry, racy and slightly fruity, Riesling is characterized by an extremely delicate bouquet and citrus fruit (lemon) and overmaturation-related (quince, apple, peach) aromas, making it an excellent wine for cellaring and for accompanying the very finest dishes.
Food accompaniments : choucroute, shellfish, fish
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Pinot Gris :

The versatility of this wine, thanks to the perfect balance it achieves between sweetness and acidity, will win you over with its smooth, fruity and exotic character, its pineapple, grapefruit and quince aromas and its spicy, slightly acidic flavours.
Food accompaniments : aperitifs, foie gras, prawns, quiches, international cuisine, desserts
Sugar level : level 3

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  • Gewurztraminer :

* Guide Hachette 2008
Robust and exuberant, powerful and seductive, sometimes slightly sweet, this is the most famous of all Alsatian wines. Its intense bouquet develops rich fruit (mango, lychee) floral (rose), or spicy aromas.
Food accompaniments : aperitifs, Asian cuisine, strong cheeses and desserts
Sugar level : level 3

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  • Crémant Brut :

SThis is Alsace’s only sparkling wine. Elegant and fruity, with wonderfully delicate bubbles, this delightful lightly sparkling wine is produced mostly from Pinot grapes, using the traditional ‘méthode champenoise’.
Food accompaniments: aperitifs, foie gras, salmon, scallops, desserts.
Sugar level : level 1

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  • Crémant Rosé :

Sparkling, lively yet delicate Alsatian wine, boasting unbeatable fruitiness and a gorgeous pink colour. Derived from one grape variety, the Pinot Noir.
Food accompaniments : aperitifs, desserts
Sugar level : level 1