Wine Gustave Lorentz, Muscat Reserve, Alsace AOC, 2013
The wine has a delicate golden color.
The wine has a balanced taste with incredibly long, pleasant aftertaste and fresh notes of muscat grapes.
The wine has an elegant fruity bouquet with notes of white fruits, flowers and nuances of muscat grapes.
Wine is served as an aperitif and blends with light vegetable dishes.
Gustave Lorentz, Muscat Reserve, 2009 - a dry white wine that is produced from Muscat grapes grown on the slopes of Bergheim, dominated by clay-limestone soil. The vineyards are oriented to the south-east and south, which provides the maximum amount of sunlight. Wine Gustave Lorentz Muscat Reserve after harvesting and sorting, fermented and aged for 6-10 months.
Wine category "Reserve" are special - they are made only in the best harvest years.
Gustave Lorentz located in the town of Bergheim and has a land area of 66 acres, of which about 50% is occupied legendary vineyard Altenberg, as well as the entire vineyard Kantselberg.
Annual production capacity of the company Gustav Lorenz is more than 1.8 million bottles of wine making winery one of the largest producers of Alsace. Similar figures from major competitors and the manufacturer is 0.9 to 1.5 million bottles. In addition to the crop from its own vineyards, the company buys grapes from outside wine - 80% of the total beverage made from purchased grapes. For wine production company uses almost all the varieties of grapes that are grown in Alsace Muscat, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Riesling and others.