With wonderful aromas of rose, gilly-flower, jasmine, spices, crystallized citrus fruit… with velvety bodies, they are sumptuous as an aperitif, with exotic food, smoked salmon or even with cheese, especially with French cheeses such as Munster or Roquefort. The taste of a particularly rich Gewurztraminer, a Grand Cru Furstentum or Late Harvest, is incomparable with a foie gras. It will be your taste buds' delight.

Gewurztraminer Cuvée Théo

Origins: Clos des Capucins. The Gewurztraminer Cuvée Théo is fine, with a slight and elegant roundness, it is good with spicy dishes (curry, colombo) or exotic cuisine such as North African stew, smoked salmon (without lemon!)…

Gewurztraminer Cuvée Laurence

and Gewurztraminer Altenbourg Cuvée Laurence

Origins: the first one is from the marly limestone soil beneath Altenbourg and the other one is from Altenbourg itself. These cuvées have a very unique range of wonderful aromas: rich and elegant both at the same time, you can enjoy them on their own or for aperitif, but also with rich and spicy dishes, sweet and sour dishes, and with strong and fat cheeses.

Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Furstentum Cuvée Laurence Origins: the Furstentum grand cru. Fine, subtle and powerful, with spice and grapefruit notes due to Botrytis, it is always marvellous… This cru produces beautiful late vintages and selections of noble grains.
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