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Credits: © Dirler Cadé – Alsace – France
Wine: Alsace Grand Cru Saering Riesling 2017
Alcoholic strength: 13% vol.
Classification: AOC Alsace.
Grapes: 100% Riesling.
Serving temperature: 10° C.
Crystal-clear, straw yellow in color, with very light golden reflections.
The nose is floral, fruity, mineral and herbaceous. Notes of slightly withered white wildflowers, followed by hints of yellow and white fleshed fruits reminiscent of apple and peach, note of ripe citrus. Hints of wet slate and mown grass.
The sip is fresh, with great sapidity and with a good acidic shoulder. It is confirmed when perceived on the nose, the finish is long and leaves an aftertaste of ripe citrus.
It is recommended in combination with an orange duck.
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