The Wine School at La Gamelle presents
19, 2016 75
White, Rosé or Blanc de Noirs,
brut or dry; notable for the elegant, sophisticate characters that it shares with the world’s best sparkling wines: a fine mousse, delicate acidity and refined aromas.
Great finesse and well-structured
body: Alsace Muscat Grand Cru from vineyards such as Kirchberg share an elegant bouquet, which develops remarkable aromas with time, distinctive of calcareous marl soil.
Grand Cru Pinot
According to Grand Cru
Gloeckelberg vineyard, such wines display surprising finesse, lightness and elegance. But can also be fleshly with a powerful bouquet and great persistence on the palate, they age particularly well.
Characterized by their very
fine, richly floral bouquet. Delicate, distinguished, they do not attain their plenitude until after several years in bottle.
Massive square acidity, ample and
profound, these wines are based on an elegant structure, long aromatic persistence and tannic presence in the finish balanced by ripe fruit in their youth; a more floral palette with age, while
maintaining a good frame acid.
Late Harvest (Vendanges
Tardives) Intense gold hue. Nose: ripe, concentrated fruit. Aromas of quince, caramel, tropical fruit
jam and honeyed notes blended into a heady bouquet. Palate: unctuous and smooth, with a precise balance between richness and elegance. Finish: long, and voluptuous.
Sélection de Grains
The harvesting of individual grapes, each infected by noble rot,
lends its name to these wines. An overall impression of intense concentration.
Aromatic intensity; a powerful, full body; a heady sweetness and
a long finish are the hallmarks of these vinous works of art.
Food: Foie Gras, Desserts, Triple Crème Cheeses