Alsatian wines should always be stored on their sides at a temperature between 10°C and 15°C. They should be served chilled but not iced. The ideal temperature is between 8°C and 10°C.
Alsatian wines do not need years of ageing to reveal their full character, 6 months to 5 years is usually sufficient.
Fresh and light with a pleasant, refreshing taste.
This is a perfect wine for appetizers, hot and cold starters, seafood, salads, fish and cold cuts
Tender and delicate, fresh, with a discrete fruity taste
This wine accompanies appetizers and a variety of dishes, white meats and seafood. It’s an ideal all-purpose Alsatian wine.
Dry, distinguished and delicately fruity.
Goes perfectly well with fish, shellfish, white meats, mild cheeses, goat cheese and of course “choucroute” (sauerkraut), the regional Alsatian specialty.
A bouquet of fresh grapes with delicate floral aromas
A perfect cocktail or reception wine, also goes well with asparagus
A characteristic opulent flavor, round, rich with a long finish
Excellent with “foie gras”, smoked salmon, game, white meats and oriental dishes
Exuberant, powerful and seductive, it is the best-know Alsatian wine.
Well-structured, it develops a rich aromas of flowers, spices or exotic fruit.
Slightly sweet, it is perfect for cocktails and with spicy foods, strong cheeses and desserts.
This is the only Alsatian red wine. A typical cherry-like, fruity character, which develops a more complex and full-bodied structure. Aged in oak barrels.
Goes well with red meats, game, cold cuts and cheeses.