In July 2020, Bestheim launches a new cuvée called "Blanc Bec", in reference to the cockerel in a sailor's boat that proudly displays its tattoos on the packaging of the bottle and cardboard.
In a post-confinement period that sees the emergence of new consumer trends favouring local products, Bestheim presents a new cuvée that proudly and not without humour displays the emblems of France. In response to consumers' expectations, the "Blanc Bec" cuvée was created. This dry white wine, fresh and fruity, will seduce all those looking for a wine for pleasure and an excellent value for money.
This new cuvée elaborated by Christophe Adam, the cellar master, is a subtle blend of 3 Alsatian grape varieties. "Blanc Bec" presents beautiful notes of white flowers and aromas of lemon and citrus fruits. And if the packaging is audacious, the wine is presented in a bottle in the style of an Alsatian flute, which respects the codes of the vineyard.