Wine Albert Boxler Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives Alsace Grand Cru AOC Brand, 2007, 0.5 L
Wine of gold color.
Taste wine complex, dense, with an excellent balance of acidity and sweetness, long finish with notes of candied fruit and minerals.
The aroma of wine is bright and full-bodied, with notes of ripe tropical fruits, dried roses, honey and vanilla.
Wine is the perfect accompaniment with complex white meat, salty and blue cheeses, fruit desserts.
Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives Alsace Grand Cru AOC Brand - excellent monosortovoe concentrated wine with a complex, well-balanced taste and bright clean flavor. Gewurztraminer wine is grown in the vineyard Brand, located along the eastern slopes of the Vosges Mountains. The upper layers of the soil - the complex, consisting of sand mixtures, sandstone, granite and marl. The climate is generally characterized as continental mountains provide protection from the prevailing westerly winds. It is mostly grown grapes for fine wines - Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Muscat. The best-known varieties are Riesling vineyard Brand and Gewurztraminer.
Winery "Albert Boksler" - the family winery in the small town of Niedermorschwihr with a 300-year history. Currently, the company operates a grandson of Albert - Jean Boksler trained viticulture in one of the best French universities - the University of Montpellier. Back home in the mid-90s, Jean succeeded his father in the winery and in 1995 received his first crop. Economy "Albert Boksler" small, work here only 7 people - Jean, his parents, his wife and three workers. The winery is located in a historic building built in 1619. Here Bokslery live and work. Family Vineyards occupy 13 hectares around Niedermorschwihr. 80% of the vineyards are classified as Grand Cru, among them - the famous Sommerberg and Brand. Jean Boksler very carefully refers to the vineyards and vines growing with organic methods. His favorite variety is Riesling with great texture and fragrant Pinot Gris. Boksler annually produces about 5,000 bottles. Magazine "France Magazine 2007" wrote about the wines Albert Boxler, that "it is one of the most interesting wines of Alsace exclusively from grapes from their own vineyards. All Rieslings Bokslera very intense in flavor and structured, with an abundance of fine acidity."
Jean Boksler himself says: "My fault - not a classic and modern. My style - natural. Nature makes the wine, not me. We do not cater to customers, we work with the earth and care about its safety. It is an old tradition in our home."