Domaine Weinbach Riesling Schlossberg Grand Cru "Cuve Ste. Catherine" 2009

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The Domaine's Riesling wines have a fine and delicate fruitiness, they are racy, nervy, dry but at the same time they...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The Domaine's Riesling wines have a fine and delicate fruitiness, they are racy, nervy, dry but at the same time they are mature and long on the palate. Riesling is such a prestigious grape variety that it is considered as the king of Alsace wines. It holds a special place in our vineyards and in our hearts. The Riesling Cuvée Sainte Catherine are picked later and have more richness and more flesh. They go particularly well with fish "en sauce", fleshier fish such as salmon, and to stay in alsacian tradition with coq au vin.

The Domaine's Riesling wines have a fine and delicate fruitiness, they are racy, nervy, dry but at the same time they are mature and long on the palate. Riesling is such a prestigious grape variety that it is considered as the king of Alsace wines. It holds a special place in our vineyards and in our hearts. The Riesling Cuvée Sainte Catherine are picked later and have more richness and more flesh. They go particularly well with fish "en sauce", fleshier fish such as salmon, and to stay in alsacian tradition with coq au vin.

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