Grape Variety: Gewürztraminer
Soil: Marly, light, well ventilated and warm up quickly in spring.
Winemaking: The grapes are lightly crushed and the juice is cold macerated for a few hours together with the skins. The mass is then pressed, the must is clarified by natural sedimentation and fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature. All these procedures combine to exalt the typical varietal character of the wine.
Description: This is a highly individual wine and a copybook Gewürztraminer: full, bright straw yellow, concentrated with a strong aromatic character reminiscent of dried flowers and rose petals which develops and intensifies in the glass. Full-bodied, luscious but dry on the palate, the opulence cut by vibrant, firm acidity.
Food Choices: On its own as an aperitif, with shellfish, asian inspired food and gorgonzola cheese.