It distinguishes itself by the strength of a sunny terroir giving it an aromatic and spicy complexity.
8° TO 10°
5 - 10 YEARS
LONG AGEING ON FINE LEES
The Zinnkœpflé hillside is a unique limestone terroir due to its Mediterranean microclimate, its south/south-east exposure and its chalky-sandstone soil. This terroir is classified as a Grand Cru and produces wines with a high bouquet, spicy and full of power. It is also the Grand Cru that forms the roof of the vineyard, which culminates at an altitude of 431 metres.
Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, followed by maturing on fine lees. The wine is then bottled before waiting a minimum of one year before being sold.
Deep yellow gold.
Fine and rich, with aromas of spices and exotic fruits (mango). Intense and complex bouquet.
Attack on roundness and spices, then beautiful freshness bringing balance. Length ending on notes of honey and pepper.
The Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Zinnkoepflé, head in the sun for the most festive meals!
Food & wine pairing: which meal with Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Zinnkoepflé?
The Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Zinnkoepflé will go very well with cheeses of character (Munster, Roquefort...), duck foie gras and desserts such as pastries or fruit pies.
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