Tasting notes : On the nose, aromas of citrus fruit and white flowers predominate. In the mouth, the wine is fresh, crisp and full. A wonderful harmony is achieved between floral and citric elements with a decisive mineral taste prevailing.
Suggested food pairings : This wine pairs well with fish, lobster, scallops, sushi or a white meat.
Style : Dry white wine
Appellation : AOC Alsace Grand Cru BrandSoil composition : Sand and graniteGrape variety : RieslingMethod of harvest : Grapes picked and sorted by handVinification : Extraction through pneumatic pressure of whole grapes, slow fermentation under close temperature regulation. Maturation with fine lees takes place over a nine-month period after which time the wine is bottled.
Sweetness : Dry
93/100 JamesSuckling.com in 202092+/100 Vinous in 2018, Ian D'Agata
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