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  1. Cave de Ribeauville Pinot Blanc Collection Vendanges Manuelles, Alsace 2015

    Cave de Ribeauville Pinot Blanc Collection Vendanges Manuelles, Alsace 2015

    Vineyard on slopes harvested entirely by hand on the famous Ribeauville fault line that offers incredible diversity of terroirs.Light and fruity wine, with a supple and refreshing sensation. This Pinot Blanc is to be drunk young.This Pinot Blanc will overjoy you with fish, terrines and asparagus.To be enjoyed young within 3 years to take advantage of its freshness and aromas.Serve between 8 and 10°C. Learn More
    $11.98
  2. Domaine Ostertag Riesling Muenchberg, Alsace Grand Cru 2013

    Domaine Ostertag Riesling Muenchberg, Alsace Grand Cru 2013

    95 points Wine Advocate - From 30- to 75-year-old vines on red sandstone and volcanic sediments, Ostertag's 2013 Riesling Grand Cru Muenchberg shows a clear, very precise and deep, multi-layered bouquet with flinty flavors intertwined with tropical aromas; it is absolutely fascinating in its ripeness and intensity. Very deep, rich and fleshy on the palate, with the dense and juicy texture of ripe Riesling mingled with the precisely mineral taste of pure stones and rocks, this is a firm, very complex, highly elegant and persistent Riesling, still fairly stringent in its mouth-watering and salty finish, but with an aging potential of 20+ years. Learn More
    $49.98
  3. F E Trimbach Riesling, Alsace 2014

    F E Trimbach Riesling, Alsace 2014

    93 points James Suckling - This is very minerally and bright with amazing tangy acidity and crispness. Wonderful energy and beauty. Full body, tangy finish. It will be released in 2016.

    92 points Wine Enthusiast - The nose shows restrained citrus and a slightly lifted, very slightly aromatic touch of conifer. The palate is taut and slender, presenting sober, clean citrus flavors. This stands upright and has a wonderful backbone of freshness. I feel it will have more to give in the future. It’s refreshing now and promising in the future. The finish is so subtly fruited that this will be worth the wait. Drink now through 2030. Learn More
    $19.98
  4. Gustave Lorentz Gewurztraminer Reserve, Alsace 2016
  5. Gustave Lorentz Pinot Gris Reserve, Alsace 2016
  6. Gustave Lorentz Riesling Reserve, Alsace 2015
  7. Vignoble des 2 Lunes Pinot Noir Perigee 2012
  8. Zind Humbrecht Muscat Grand Cru Goldert 2012

    Zind Humbrecht Muscat Grand Cru Goldert 2012

    Bottled with 14.2% alcohol and 6.5 grams of residual sugar, the 2012 Muscat Goldert Grand Cru (90% Muscat d'Alsace) shows a deep and intense bouquet of ripe stone fruits, grapefruit and minerals. Full-bodied, dry, powerful and very expressive on the palate, the wine is very well structured by its characteristic, almost austere limestone minerality and vivid, citrus-fresh acidity. More closed and tight than the 2013 at the moment of tasting (July 2015), but the crisp, almost tannic structure and aromatic Muscat finish give it a very good aging potential of ten and more years. Learn More
    $43.98
  9. Zind Humbrecht Riesling Brand 2013

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