Tasting Notes: With beautiful brioche tint undertones, you will be met with a sophisticated and enjoyable pallet that is dry, medium acidity, married with fine, creamy bubbles that give a very smooth texture. On the nose you will get a lovely dance of citrus and apples that lead to a lovely zesty finish.
Winemaking Notes: Auxerrois 50%, Pinot Blanc 50%, 12% ABV, from Alsace, France
Food Pairings: We love this with a French cheese board, paired with Langres, Camambert and Fourme D’Ambert.
About the Winemaker: “From the beginning, the Dopff family was eager to promote and develop the Family Estate. Over time, with 70 hectares of its own vineyards, it became the most important one within the Alsace Grand Cru region.”