Beautiful light yellow dress, with thin and long legs. Notes of blond tobacco, citrus and fresh fruit. The texture is very ample and deep but retains a fresh balance to this complex and racy wine. Splendid!
Chiseled, great purity, today a little marked by its sweetness, the aromas of ripe fruit are very greedy, we must wait for its depth asserts itself, delicate and intense.
This wine comes from the Burg terroir, First Cru of the Bergheim vineyard, whose geological characteristics (Keuper's bariole marls with rare limestone intercalations) and climatic (exposure to the south, protected location in the valley) allow each year to obtain a great powerful, complex and structured wine, of very long guard, from the large traditional Alsatian grape varieties combined in the vineyard as the old tradition called "nice"
Internalized dress, very thick disc; Discreet nose, very complex, evolving rapidly towards wet soil, white fruits, iodine, algae... the sea. Huge mouth, salivating from the entrance, very ambitious and concentrated, entirely built on a subtle phosphoric acidity, autumn tenderness and great noble bitters. Great aristocratic and distant wine, to wait, which will go beyond the head and shoulders of all the others and who, alas, knows..... Make a perfect match on hot oysters or a mango lobster.
Wine pairings: Poultry or lobster
|Type of products||Wines|
|Title supplement||Ratings: 17 B-D, 17 RVF|
|Capacity||75 cl bottle|
|Sweetness index||5 Mellow|
|Main style||Complete - Harmonious|
|Grape varieties||Riesling, Pinot gris, Pinot Beurot, Muscat et Pinot Noir|
|Main grape variety||Riesling|
|Consumption recommendation||2020 - 2034|