Cave Vinicole De Kientzheim Kaysersberg

Cave Vinicole de Kientzheim-Kaysersberg

The Furst Alsace Riesling

Stone, lime with a slight floral orange aroma. Citrusy crisp acidity and very food friendly. — 8 months ago

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Anne de K Schlossberg Grand Cru Pinot Gris 2015

Honey on the nose. Palate is honey with peaches and citrus in the finish. Great with Kalbi (Korean Short Ribs) — 3 years ago

Cave Vinicole de Kientzheim-Kaysersberg

The Furst Cremant d' Alsace White Blend

Toasty and fruity! 😋 — 5 years ago

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Anne Boecklin Altenbourg Gewürztraminer 2016

An explosion of flavor!!! Floral, stone fruit, and lychee. Slightly sweetness and creamy. Excellent with our Macadamia nut Mahi Mahi. — a year ago

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Anne de K Alsace Late Harvest Pinot Gris 2009

Great notes of pineapple and honey on the nose with a hint of earth and candied apricots. Dark golden color with thick viscosity. Lays full bodied on the palate with a slight tingling sensation on the finish. The palate is coated with honey and candied fruit with undertones of dried fruit on the finish followed by the aforementioned tingling spice. Great balance and flavor. Nose is more complex than the palate. Overall not too sweet. More of a semi sweet. — 3 years ago

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Anne de K Vogelgarten Lieu-Dit Old Vines Gewürztraminer 2015

This wine was honey in a glass with a touch of acidity to balance it out. Notes of peaches and honey on the palate. It was fantastic with buffalo wings, which makes sense because Gewurztraminer translates to ”spicy grape.” — 3 years ago

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Anne de K Alsace Gewürztraminer 2017

Surprisingly sweet with honey, lychee, ginger, honeysuckle, and succulent peach. Quite marvelous Alsace deliciousness. Went with my chicken tikka masala very well. Sweet matched the spices. A slight bit of that Gewürtz pepperiness at the end but only noticeable after it’s opened up a bit. — 4 years ago

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