Overview: This wine is inspired by an ancestral method: since antiquity, white and red grapes have been mixed and vinified with long macerations to preserve the wine naturally. Kreydenweiss’ pellicular maceration of 10 days allows for extracting and infusing in the must the most beautiful aromatic components, colors, and tannins of the grapes.
Varietal Blend: 4 noble Alsatian varietals (Riesling, Pinot Gris, Muscat, Gewurztraminer), married with white varietals of southern France (Viognier, Grenache blanc, Vermentino).
Production: About 2,000 bottles
Acidity: 3.85 g/l
Appellation: Vin de France
Tasting Notes: This wine possesses a beautiful orange-amber color. The mouth is complex; the attack unfolds with lovely fruity aromas (candied apricot, mandarin, and kumquat), and curry spices, and then gives way to slightly peaty notes. This is a dry wine with lots of body supported by a fine, tannic structure.
Food Pairings: The aromatic richness makes this wine the perfect complement to a wide variety of foods, such as pan-fried fish, smoked meats, as well as dishes with lighter spices (Espelette pepper, curcurma, ginger), roasted vegetables, or very simply with a cheese plate.