The view

The colour is a pale yellow with bright green reflections that already underline its characteristic freshness.

The nose

Its bouquet is very fine, racy, with subtle fruity aromas (citrus, peach, pear, stewed fruit, etc.) and floral aromas (white flowers, lime blossom, white nettle, etc.) as well as aniseed, cumin, liquorice and fennel seed. It is unique because depending on the soil in which it is planted, it develops mineral aromas (flint, flint, oil, etc.). These very particular aromas are found in terroir wines (Grands Crus, lieux-dits).

The taste

This dry wine is "vertical". It is built around a great freshness that can be appreciated from the beginning to the end of the tasting, the mid-palate being marked by fullness and "fatness". This racy and delicately fruity structure makes it the ideal partner for haute cuisine.



In addition to its natural pairings with Alsatian cuisine (sauerkraut, matelote, smoked pork palette, etc.), it excels with fish, shellfish (scallops) and shellfish. It underlines with grace the iodine flavours of seafood. It is equally admirable with goat's cheese. Produced in late harvest, it is an ideal partner for desserts including citrus fruits such as lemon pie.



 Leaf :

Orbicular, thick. Teeth ogival, medium.


Small, cylindrical or cylindro-conical, short and woody stalk, compact.

Berry :

Spherical, small, light green to golden yellow, with reddish-brown spots when fully ripe, thick skin

when fully ripe, thick skin, fine and aromatic taste.

Where to find it:






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