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Alsace Grands Crus

Riesling - Grand Cru Hengst (2013)

In its youth, the wine is quite in accordance with its name, it has an untamed character (Hengst means stallion). Bottle-ageing softens, refines and tames it. It will astonish gourmets and connoisseurs by its ageing potential.

Riesling - Grand Cru Steingrubler (2013)

The high part of Steingrubler, sandier and recovered with granite, is a soil of predilection for the Riesling.

Riesling - Grand Cru Steingrubler (2014)

The high part of Steingrubler, sandier and recovered with granite, is a soil of predilection for the Riesling.

Pinot Gris - Grand Cru Pfersigberg (2013)

Pfersigberg wines are characterized by their body, their fruity, their aroma and their ageing potential.

Pinot Gris - Grand Cru Hengst (2013)

In its youth, the wine is quite in accordance with its name, it has an untamed character (Hengst means stallion). Bottle-ageing softens, refines and tames it. It will astonish gourmets and connoisseurs by its ageing potential.

Pinot Gris - Grand Cru Steingrubler (2013)

Steingrubler Grand Cru wines age well. They are rich in aromas, full-bodied and well-structured.

Gewurztraminer - Grand Cru Hengst (2016)

In its youth, the wine is quite in accordance with its name, it has an untamed character (Hengst means stallion). Bottle-ageing softens, refines and tames it. It will astonish gourmets and connoisseurs by its ageing potential.

Gewurztraminer - Grand Cru Steingrubler (2011)

Steingrubler Grand Cru wines age well. They are rich in aroma, full-bodied and solidly-structured.