Wine trade - Vignerons Indépendants de Paris-

We will be present from the 27th November to the 01 December 2014 in Paris at the Porte de Versailles - stand P21. 

Wine trade - Vignerons Indépendants de Paris-

We will be present from the 27th November to the 01 December 2014 in Paris at the Porte de Versailles - stand P21. 

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Biodynamics at the winery / Presentation / Grape varieties of Alsace

Grape varieties of Alsace

Pinot Blanc Auxerrois

Fresh and subtly fruity with floral notes. It is a wine which open quickly. It is at the same time freshness and softness.


Riesling

Dry, refined and delicately fruity, with an elegant bouquet of mineral or floral notes. Acknowledged as one of the finest white varietals in the world, it is a gastronomic wine "par excellence".


Pinos Gris

It's recognized by its great aromatic complexity. This powerfull wine, full-bodied and with a long finish develops characteristic flavours: apricot, dried fruits, honey, forest floor and sometimes slightly smoky notes.


Muscat

You have the feeling to crunch the grape. The freshness and the touch of bitterness contribute to the spontaneity and the harmony of the wine.


Gewurztraminer

Full-bodied and well-structured, is probably the most famous Alsace wine. Its intense bouquet displays rich aromas of fruit, flowers and spices. Powerful and seductive, sometimes slightly sweet, it can often age well.


Pinot Noir

The only Alsace variety to produce red or rosé wines, characteristically fruity with hints of cherry. Vinified as a red wine, it can be aged in oak casks, which adds greater structure and complexity to its aromas.

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