Les Grands Crus
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Gewurztraminer Bollenberg 2015
Bright yellow to the eye, the nose develops the very fruity side typical of Bollenberg, with its notes of peach and lychee. In the mouth the whole is supple and fresh with a nice fruitiness always on peach and lychee, all carried by a beautiful acidity. The sweetness present without being heavy brings fat and amplitude.
Semi-dry wine on the palate with a nice length.
Gewurztraminer Hueben Steinbach 2017
Passing on its brilliant yellow colour, this wine will make you discover a powerful nose that develops floral aromas reminiscent of rose, musk and sandalwood. In the mouth the attack is sweet and supple, suave and reveals notes of rose and cooked fruit. The finish is particularly interesting with a touch of acidity that brings out a very fresh side.
This wine has very good ageing potential (this is the case for most of 2017) and I look forward to its long-term evolution.
Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives 2000
After admiring its light golden yellow colour, you will find a nose of exotic woods and spices with a touch of white flowers.
The palate is sweet and honeyed with a touch of botrytis, almond and orange. The finish is dominated by a gingerbread flavour.
Gewurztraminer Zinnkoepflé 2017
With a light yellow colour and a nose of fine spices and white flowers, this Zinnkoepflé will stand out for its fine and distinguished mouth, very delicate but voluptuous with notes of spices and flowers. The omnipresent acidity, rare on Gewurztraminer, makes it a wine that, while being aromatic, knows how to stay fresh and very pleasant to drink.
Pinot Blanc Bollenberg 2015
Pinot Blanc Bollenberg has a brilliant yellow colour that reveals a nose of delicate fruity white flowers. The mouth is very full for a Pinot Blanc with a good balance and aromas of white flowers and peach and apricot.
Nice wine, very pleasant.
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Pinot Gris Bollenberg 2015
This wine has a brilliant yellow colour, on the nose we can find aromas of crunchy apricot and citrus fruits with some plum notes, and on the palate, the attack is supple and well balanced. The main aromas are reminiscent of lightly cooked fruits such as apple and peach, with a pine resin side at the end of the palate. The whole has a beautiful salinity and a beautiful length in the mouth.
Pinot Gris Enchenberg 2014
This wine has a brilliant golden colour.
The nose is impressively open and leads between apple, pear, candied quince and a woody side. It really gives the impression that this wine will be sweet, but….
On the palate, the attack is frank and lively, the wine then opens to bring us fruity flavours of apple and apricot just ripe, the minerality is well present behind the fruit and still highlights the very dry side of this mouth.
To sum up, the whole thing seems quite disconcerting at first sight but after the first surprise, we discover with curiosity the multiple facets of this wine which despite its strongly atypical aspect remains incredibly pleasant to taste.
Pinot Gris Grand Cru Pfingstberg 2013
Its golden yellow colour introduces a nose of great minerality, very fresh and stretched over aromas of wedge/pear. The palate has a beautiful acidity, also very tense and with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruits.
The eight grams of sugar go completely unnoticed.
Pinot Gris Grand Cru Rangen 2007
A beautiful golden yellow colour will accompany you to a nose with an exceptionally powerful and woody attack that continues with notes of gingerbread, quince pastes and salted butter caramel.
The palate will lead you along a soft and mellow attack towards aromas of vanilla and fresh white fruits (peach/pear) to finish with a touch of orange and gingerbread at the end of the mouth with a beautiful acid line that brings tension. We end on notes of carbon, graphite