Wine Domaine Weinbach, Sylvaner Reserve, 2010
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Reviews of purchase Domaine Weinbach, Sylvaner Reserve, 2010
The wine is golden yellow with green reflections.
Pleasant, refreshing, crisp wine with a rich, clean, dry, fruity flavor, which is dominated by nuances of juicy sweet apples, peaches, lime and lemon. This is a balanced wine with the first sips enchants with its unique elegance.
Fresh, light and delicate aroma of the wine reveals notes of minerals, green apples, rain, wet stones and elegant white flowers.
This pleasant wine goes well with appetizers, oysters, meat delicacies, cold meats, fresh salads and fish dishes.
Aging potential of this refreshing dry white French wine is from 2 to 3 years.
Domain Weinbach, located at the foot of the hill Shlessberg, was founded in 1612 Capuchin monks. Name "Weinbach", translated from German means "wine brook" proshodit from the name of a small river that runs through the farm. Land with historic name "Clos de Kapyusen" on which the domain Weinbach, covers an area of 5 hectares and is bounded by walls of an ancient monastery of the Capuchins, the first mention of which relate to the year 890. During the French Revolution Domain Weinbach was nationalized and sold, and later the brothers Fuller purchased the property. Theo Faller - outstanding Alsatian winemaker - throughout his life sought to improve the quality and international recognition of Alsace wines. Since 1979, his wife Colette, the daughter of Laurence and Catherine continue with the same passion and fervor of his work in creating great quality wines.
The farm has a unique terroir with diverse soil composition: granite content in the soil of the vineyard Grand Cru Shlessberg gives divine charm of Riesling, on marl soils Grand Cru Furstentum, Altenburg and Mamburg literally bloom and delight its magnificence Tokay Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. The vineyards are located on the slopes of the hills, filled with sunshine, thanks to the wonderful microclimate of the valley Kaysersberg. The farm used both traditional and innovative methods of cultivation of vines. Since 1998, 30% of the vineyards are processed using biodynamic methods. When vinification takes into account the characteristics of each of the areas where the grapes were grown, as well as individulnost and refinement of each class. The use of this synthesis provides an opportunity to highlight and identify the specific nature of each vineyard and create a noble and fine wines that can excite the real connoisseurs.
Charming wine from Domain Weinbach, leaving an indelible mark in the memory of its finesse and intense, complex aroma, - the constant companions of the meal in the royal houses and the best restaurants in the world.