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Alsace Value Case
The auxerrois grape combines the freshness and delicacy of pinot blanc with the fat and spice of pinot gris. Rarely bottled alone, this is a charming example which may be enjoyed on its own, with poultry, or with lightly spiced cuisine.
A lovely pinot vintage in Alsace, showing generous youthful black fruits, just a hint of spice, good structure and appetising freshness.
Dry sylvaner with the crispness to complement shellfish now but will open up to the versatile wine we have come to expect from this historic Alsace house.
Pristine young riesling from Thomas Boeckel's organic vineyards, with mineral precision and long fresh flavour.
Edelzwicker translates as 'noble blend', in this case the classic Alsace grapes: muscat, riesling, pinot gris and gewurztraminer. With some complexity as a result but still light and fruity, this is a no-excuse-needed multi-purpose delicate dry white.