Gewurztraminer 2011 Grand Cru Pfersigberg Vendanges Tardives

Tasting notes : This intensely concentrated wine expresses its class through a wonderful finesse and elegance. The bouquet is that of candied fruit. To the taste, it is round and honey-like in its smoothness and powerfully evoking very ripe exotic and candied yellow-fleshed fruit.

Suggested food pairings : A perfect aperitif, this wine may equally be drunk following a meal. It will brilliantly pair with a foie gras or a desert containing fruit such as a “Tarte Tatin”.

Style : Sweet white wine

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Appellation: Alsace
Soil composition: Limestone marl
Grape Varieties: Gewurztraminer  
Age of the vines: 35 years
Method of harvest: Grapes picked and sorted by hand
Vinification: Extraction through pneumatic pressure of whole grapes, slow fermentation under close temperature regulation. Maturation over fine lees takes place over a ten-month period after which time the wine is bottled.

Won the gold medal at the 2015 “Concours des Vignerons Indépendants” competition



1 x 75 cl