The white wines of Alsace, named after their grape varietal—and not their place of origin—are another world altogether: mostly light to medium-bodied, mouthwatering and will accompany fish, simple roasted chicken and vegetable dishes wonderfully.
“Light-bodied and fresh, with racy acidity enlivening flavors of anise, fresh quince, blanched almond and grapefruit zest. Lacy, with a delicate finish.” – Wine Spectator
The classic grape of Alsace. At once delicate and vital, its intense fruit is given great length by a backbone
of crisp acidity producing some of the world’s greatest and long-lasting wines.
|An ideal accompaniment to traditional Alsace-style dishes such as goose and pork. Riesling is one of very
few wines to be able to match sushi or sushi-styled foods.