Wine Domaine Viticole de la Ville de Colmar, Muscat, Alsace AOP, 2017
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Reviews of purchase Domaine Viticole de la Ville de Colmar, Muscat, Alsace AOP, 2017
The wine has a shining light yellow color.
The taste of wine is light and balanced, with fruit accents and fine sourness in the aftertaste.
In the intense aroma of wine, bright floral notes are felt that harmoniously intertwine with tones of citrus and peach.
The wine goes well with a salad of goat cheese, asparagus, apple pie. It can also be served as an aperitif.
Domaine Viticole de la Ville de Colmar, Muscat, Alsace AOP - light, pleasant wine with fruity notes and floral accents in the aroma. For its production using the Muscat grape variety. Berry picking is carried out in the period of their full maturity, while it is important that the weather was dry and without precipitation. Then the grapes are sent to the production, where it is subjected to the process of vinification for 10 days at a strictly controlled temperature. Wine develops well in the bottle and in the next 5-7 years, its taste will become even more refined and elegant.
Domaine Viticole de la Ville de Colmar has a particularly privileged position in the heart of Alsace winemaking, in the capital of Alsatian wines - the city of Colmar. Founded in 1895 by the famous ampelograph Chrétien Oberlin, today the winery is run by Jean-Remy Heffelin and his son Nicolas. Together they create wonderful wines from exceptional vineyards, treating the original terroir of each of them with great respect. The Heffelin family is considered unique in Alsace, it is the only family that has winegrowers and winemakers in every generation since 1560.
Les Grands Chais de France (GСF) is a group of companies founded in Petersbach in 1979 by a man named Joseph Helfrich. The main location of the companies is Vosges du Nord (in the South of France). Today, Le Grand Chey de France is a large and successful company engaged in the production of high-quality French wine and aimed mainly at exporting (more than 70% of its products). GCF owns vineyards in many wine-producing regions of the country - Alsace, Loire Valley, Bordeaux, Beaujolais and Languedoc-Roussillon.
A distinctive feature of the company GCF is the desire to preserve long-standing traditions, combining them with innovations in the world of winemaking. This is due to the long-term colossal experience of more than 1,200 company employees. The annual turnover of Les Grands Chais de France is about 700 million euros. The production volume is about 1,000,000 bottles per day.