Gewurztraminer, Sables et Galets,Cave de Turckheim

Gewurztraminer, Sables et Galets,Cave de Turckheim

Herrenweg, Alsace, France
Cave de Turckheim
Wine Description:

Sables et Galets refers to the soil type of the Herrenweg vineyard site located in the Fetch Valley. The sand and pudding stones create a rich, spicy and full Gewurztraminer that ages very well.

Tasting Note:

Sables et Galets Gewurztraminer shows lovely balance of ripeness, varietal purity and finesse. Fragrant rosewater and grapefruit aromas with a hint of sweet spice, pretty rich and pineappley, but with fine structure and complexity, spicy juicy fruit and acidity combine well to finish.

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Food Suggestion:

Try with blue cheeses, exotic cuisine such as the lemongrass flavours of Thai food or fish/chicken curries featuring ginger, mustard seed etc. Chinese dishes involving crackling pork could work well, or even desserts if not too sweet, and foie grass.

Vegetarian, Vegan

Press Reviews:

2015 Vintage
Sommelier Wine Awards 2018

Producer Description

Widely regarded as one of the best co-operatives in the world, Cave de Turckheim are situated at the mouth of the Munster Valley and work closely with 180 partners who’s vineyards span the breadth of Alsatian terroir and grape varieties. Significant investment in the winery allows a high degree of separate vinification, offering Michel Lihrman (senior winemaker for 25 years) to select the nuances of variety and soil types in his signature dry style of wines while pushing pure fruit flavours to the fore. Committed to producing the highest quality wines (growers are encouraged to keep yields low and pick by hand) and long term advocates of sustainable practices, Cave de Turckheim have the largest organic vineyard holdings in Alsace. As such organic wines are being added to their extensive range, which covers the excellent value Cave Tradition range up to individual Grand Cru varietals as well as Crémants d’Alsace and Vendange Tardive dessert wines.