Wine Region: Alsace - France Grape: Gewurztraminer
Tasting notes: Notes of earthiness, peach and rhubarb are subtle on the nose of this wine. Soft roundness on the palate shimmers with those fresh rhubarb notes, presenting a zesty counterpoint to the subtle sweetness of the fruit. The finish is bright, fresh and medium-dry, with real texture and expression. - Wine Enthusiast
About the winery:
The family exploitation grows 16 hectares of vineyards in the region of Molsheim, the town of the Bruderthal wine, one of the most promoted Grand Crus in Alsace. Jerome Neumeyer, the fourth generation of winegrowers, grants his vineyard with delicate care by practising sustainable growing methods to protect the vineyard's balance and its ecosystem. The range of the Domaine Neumeyer collects well-balanced wines. The marno-calcareous soil is known since the XIVth century that confers to the wines a delicate minerality and salinity.