Gewurztraminer "1957 by Pfaff" A.O.P. Alsace - NOUVEAUTÉ 2019
In 1957, winegrowers from Pfaffenheim came together to create La Cave
des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim.
In 2020, the "1957 by Pfaff" range is a tribute to these founders, the heritage of their know-how, Alsatian excellence.
alc 13% vol.
Limestone and chalky-clay
Direct pneumatic pressing (vertical drains to obtain high quality juices), clarification, controlled fermentation temperatures, racking and maturing on fine lees for 4 months. Ageing in vats for 5 months before bottling.
"Gewurz" means spice, in line with the character of this variety. Gewurztraminer expresses strong fruit flavours, like pineapple or litchi, and in most cases, notes of rose petal. The spices generally evoke nutmeg or white pepper. Bright, limpid golden yellow colour. With its very intense nose, this Gewurztraminer develops typical aromas such as spices, sultanas and marc. A couple of floral notes (rose petal) offer freshness and refined characteristics. At once strong and thirst quenching on the palate. Well-balanced and ample matter. Very expressive, this wine evokes spices with a couple of notes of honey. It offers good aromatic persistence and excellent freshness on the palate. This wine is a typical example of the grape variety.
Often served as an aperitif, during receptions, or with desserts, such as fruit pies. When the wine is strong, it goes well with flavoursome cheese such as Roquefort, Munster or Brie de Melun. It pairs perfectly well with lobster. Ideal with hot or spicy, exotic cuisine.
Between 10 and 12°C
Up to 5 years