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Sylvaner, Domaine Albert Boxler 2017

Always one of the finest sylvaners in Alsace. The 2017 is a beauty: gorgeous fresh and appetising aroma, light of foot, with rapier backbone and fine long finish. For many producers the sylvaner grape is something of an More >

£19
Bottle

£114
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
AL14771
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Sylvaner

Pinot Gris, Domaine Boxler 2012

Full-flavoured and rich-tasting Alsace pinot gris from this outstanding producer. This would go well with risotto for instance. More >

£21
Bottle

£252
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
AL11481
Product Type
White Wine
Style
3 (of 9): Dry, rich
Dominant Grape
Pinot Gris
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Gewurztraminer Réserve, Domaine Albert Boxler 2014

A full flavoured gewurz, rich and exotic but with lovely perfume and freshness. More >

£24
Bottle

£288
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
AL12991
Product Type
White Wine
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Dominant Grape
Gewurztraminer

Pinot Blanc "B", Domaine Albert Boxler 2016

The B in the name of this Alsace pinot blanc refers to the grand cru Brand, which supplies the grapes for this wine. A warm site, the wine nevertheless retains a fine core of acidity and a refreshing mineral streak More >

£24
Bottle

£288
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
AL14221
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Pinot Blanc

Pinot Gris, Domaine Albert Boxler 2017

All you might wish for in an Alsace pinot gris, the gorgeous aroma combining pear and spice, promising freshness and texture. The palate is creamy and gentle but lifted on the finish by a prickle of acidity. More >

£25
Bottle

£150
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
AL14691
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Pinot Gris

Pinot Blanc Réserve, Domaine Albert Boxler 2017

A blend of pinot blanc and auxerrois from three mature vineyard parcels on granite. Lovely stone fruit perfume and silky texture, light of foot, with a mouthwatering finish.Jean Boxler described the 2017 as more More >

£25
Bottle

£150
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
AL14731
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Pinot Blanc

Gewurztraminer Réserve, Domaine Albert Boxler 2016

From chalky soils, this benchmark Alsace gewurztraminer is fresh and refined in style, with gentle spice blossoming on the palate, lovely floral notes and subtle texture. More >

£27
Bottle

£324
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
AL14231
Product Type
White Wine
Style
3 (of 9): Dry, rich
Dominant Grape
Gewurztraminer

Riesling Grand Cru Sommerberg JV, Domaine Albert Boxler 2017

From a fine, very steep vineyard and younger vines, this is a delightful Alsace wine. This cuvee comes from younger vines (the 'JV' stands for jeunes vignes) of around 20 years old, and lighter soils giving forward More >

£40
Bottle

£240
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
AL14751
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Riesling

Riesling Grand Cru Sommerberg, Domaine Albert Boxler 2010

Fully mature and developed Alsace Riesling from a very fine vineyard site, with heady aromas and toasty flavours and richly textured palate. More >

£48
Bottle

£576
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
AL9351
Product Type
White Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Dominant Grape
Riesling

Pinot Gris Grand Cru Sommerberg W, Domaine Albert Boxler 2015

A wonderful, full-throttle style of Alsace pinot gris, this has enough weight and body to stand up to robust dishes. It has a mineral, savoury note, and its flavours of peach, lemon, honey and spicy ginger would work More >

£49
Bottle

£294
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
AL13881
Product Type
White Wine
Style
3 (of 9): Dry, rich
Dominant Grape
Pinot Gris
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