This wine is produced in a handful of different terroirs located at the head of the Westhalten Valley. The soils are predominantly limestone with a sprinkling of Loess, facing south-south-east. The terroir is also remarkably dry, receiving less annual rainfall than Montpellier!
A fine, light golden colour and a powerful yet refined bouquet, dominated by Muscat notes and a dash of orange blossom. A crisp, fruity opening on the palate, backed by a great roundness of flavour. Astonishing length of flavour, with all of the finesse one would expect from a great Alsace Muscat. An endlessly indulgent wine. Taking a sip of Muscat is like biting into a fresh grape. It is also the trickiest grape variety for a winemaker to master, as it takes considerable expertise to capture those delicate, subtle aromas.
Simply divine with asparagus, and just as good with other dishes based around raw or steamed vegetables. Vegetarians and fans of light cuisine: look no further.