Aromas of honey and honeysuckle can be found on the nose, on the palate it is light, dry and crisp, with well balanced acidity and a long lingering finish of quince, melon and honeydew. Best drunk young.
This wine is pale lemon yellow in colour. The nose is intense and complex with aromas of white peach, pear, mango and a touch of minerality. On the palate, this wine is supple and delicate, with well-balanced sweetness and a long, intense finish.
A brilliant pale greenish-yellow colour. The very nice expressive nose has white flower scents. The attack is bold and generous. This wine, which is balanced on the palate, has good volume and quite exceptional long-lasting scents and tastes for a Bourgogne blanc. This is a good value wine that can be enjoyed from now on.
Pretty slightly amber shade. Of beautiful intensity, the nose opens on a floral background that are embellished with notes of boxwood, hazelnut and citrus. A wide mouth and structured by a liveliness rich in candied citrus supported by a beautiful acidity giving it a good length. A touch of mentholated and saline bitterness come to raise the end of the palate.
Pinot Gris truly dry and gastronomic which reveals itself at the table! Rich and rounded, although still dry, it is ideal with terrines, white meats and fish in sauce. Of all the Alsace varieties, Pinot Gris has the greatest ageing potential.
This is a noble wine that offers great substance and a lively roundness that tends toward a slightly sweet opulence, but always underpinned by delightful freshness. It is the balanced intensity that makes it so attractive.
Fruity and lively, This is a classical white Burgundy and a good entry level wine for Burgundy. The colour is golden yellow, with a greenish glint. The aromas are reminiscent of fresh grape and green almond with an elegant texture.
The clean, pure gooseberry flavour of Sauvignon Blanc is gentled and rendered charming by aromas of tropical fruit, without losing the signature flinty elegance of the Sancerre region of the Loire Valley.
he greatest sommeliers as well as some journalists call it "La Roman�e Conti" of Alsace. The "Clos Sainte Hune" vineyard has belonged to the Trimbach family for over 200 years. Le Clos Saint Hune is considered one of the greatest whites in the world. (The famous magazine "Decanter" - July 2006 - Trimbach was elected one of the 10 best makers of white wines in the world). The Riesling Clos Ste Hune…
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