Alsace

Alsace wine will change your perception of a traditionally sweet Riesling.

Besides Riesling, Alsace produces quite a lot of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Crémant d’Alsace: a sparkling wine that is mushrooming in popularity.

What is the major taste of Alsace wine? Alsacian wine is all about aromas. Floral and peachy smells fly out of the glass and many of the wines are unctuous enough to pair nicely with savoury fowl, like roast quail. Alsace wines give the tingle of brilliant acidity but also offer a rich texture from moderate alcohol (some wines are 14 – 15% ABV).

The producers in Alsace do not use oak ageing to add spice and richness, instead they rely on a balance of ripeness and alcohol to fill out the flavour.

Alsace wine will change your perception of a traditionally sweet Riesling.

Besides Riesling, Alsace produces quite a lot of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Crémant d’Alsace: a sparkling wine that is mushrooming in popularity. What is the major taste of Alsace wine?

Alsacian wine is all about aromas. Floral and peachy smells fly out of the glass and many of the wines are unctuous enough to pair nicely with savoury fowl, like roast quail. Alsace wines give the tingle of brilliant acidity but also offer a rich texture from moderate alcohol (some wines are 14 – 15% ABV). The producers in Alsace do not use oak ageing to add spice and richness, instead they rely on a balance of ripeness and alcohol to fill out the flavour.

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