Description/ Tasting NotesReveals a nice complexity with aromas of dried apricots, peach in syrup, candied citruses, currants and roasted melon. Elegant and beautiful impression of sweetness well-balanced by a nice freshness. Tasty and smooth structure, elegant body, intense finish enhanced by fine spices, beeswax and white chocolate.
Winery Info/ Brand
Since 1836 la Maison Gustave Lorentz owns a 33ha vineyard in Bergheim including 13.5ha for the Grand Cru Altenberg de Bergheim and 1.5ha for the Grand Cru Kanzierberg. And since 2012, its estate has been certified Organic Agriculture by Ecocert, a guarantee of their production methods.
Region Info/ Origin
Alsace is a northeastern French region on the Rhine River plain. Bordering Germany and Switzerland, it has alternated between German and French control over the centuries and reflected a mix of the two cultures. Its capital, Strasbourg, is centred on the Ill River's Grand Ïle island, bordered by canals and home to the Gothic Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, with its animated astronomical clock.