Food and wine pairing: coq au Riesling, sauerkraut, winegrower's pie, but also seafood, shellfish, fish in sauce and white meats; to be discovered with fresh cheeses.

Serving temperature: 8 to 10°C.

Conservation: 5 to 8 years.

Analytical parameters :

Alcohol: 12.28% vol.
Total acidity (tartaric): 7.8 g/l
Residual sugar: 3.9 g/l
Type of wine: dry wine

Grape variety:

This is the Alsatian wine par excellence. It is the most outstanding, the finest and the most elegant Alsatian wine. Maturity is reached late, and production is even. It has existed in the Rhine valley for a very long time.

The Scherwiller Riesling grows on a silty, sandy and stony soil, in the surroundings of the village. This soil gives the wine briskness, raciness and elegance.

It’s a dry and slightly fruity wine which develops a great bouquet with a mineral and floral touch.

May be served with the most sophisticated dishes like “coq au Riesling”, sauerkraut, pies but also sea food, fish and roast chicken.

May be a treat with soft cheese.