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Alsace Red

Our Alsace Red wines only come from Pinot Noir grape variety which made burgundy wines reputation. Less known in Alsace, this grape variety feels really well in our terroirs. We propose you one classic Pinot Noir, grape variety signature and our Rouge comme Renard, a terroir wine.

Sweetness : 

1 : Dry wine

2 : Middle dry wine

3 : Middle sweet

4 : Sweet wine

5 : Liquor-like wine

Pinot Noir 

A.O.C (French quality wines)

Type : red wine

Sweetness: 1 

Terroir :

From two different parcels: one being planted with young vines on a late clayey terroir and the second planted with old vines on a warm clayey-silty soil.


This wine opens up on a strong nose of red fruits like ripe cherries. Round, full-bodied and fruity on the palate, with a pleasent tannic structure.

Food and wine pairing : preferably drunk between 15 and 16 ° C (slightly cool), it is a relaxed wine, ideal for summer barbecues, pork chops but also with Marengo veal and osso bucco.

Best consumed : within 6 to 8 years.

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Rouge comme Renard Pinot Noir

A.O.C. (French quality wines)


Type : Red wine


Sweetness : 1 


Terroir :

 The vineyard is located at the top of the Kirchberg Grand Cru area (but Pinot Noir does not enter into the Grand Cru Appellation.) The soil is composed of marl-limestone with touches of sandstone.


Comment : This wine has aged in Burgundy barrels for almost a year. The robe is deep purple. The nose opens on black and sour cherries aromas with delicate smoky notes. The palate is silky and full and tannins fade slowly . It is a complex wine gifted with a nice tension.


Food and wine pairing :

Preferably drunk between 15 and 16 ° C (slightly cool), this wine perfectly matches the humus notes of morels found aside a pork filet mignon (with morels!); it is also great with thyme lamb chops, kidneys or pan-fried veal liver.


Best consumed : between 15 and 20 years

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Photo : Robin Kern
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