Engel Family Vineyards

Domaine Fernand Engel

Praelatenberg de Kintzheim Alsace Grand Cru Riesling 2015

Dynamite Alsatian Riesling. Simply the best white wine we have ever drank. Dry Riesling with very slight sweetness. Lovely citrus taste of orange and apricot. Pared well with pork and chicken. Strongly recommend. 2015 vintage in 2020. — 7 months ago

Domaine Fernand Engel

Altenberg de Bergheim Alsace grand cru Gewürztraminer 2011

It got so much better. Orange peel, botrytis-like peppery finish. Sweet, but dry enough. Long and rich, and boat loads of class. — 10 months ago

Chris liked this

Château Laffitte-Teston

Rêve d'Automne Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh Petit Manseng 2013

Vintage 2013 / perfect balance with honey impression / paired with strawberry mango salad / at De Reddende Engel in Antwerpen Anvers — a year ago

Emily, Ira and 11 others liked this

Domaine Fernand Engel

Cuvée St Michel Silberberg de Rorschwihr Riesling 2015

Dominant citrus and some pineapple. Very nice. Wish i had more. — 7 months ago

Severn, Neil and 15 others liked this

Domaine René Engel

Echezeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir 1972

Quite a treat! Pale garnet color and not oxidized. You had to delve into the wine to get its fruit compounds. Though light it showed elegance and polished flavor. We enjoyed it.😀🍷 — 9 months ago

Mike and Ira liked this

Zeller Schwarze Katz

Feinherb Kabinett Riesling 2017

Very fruitful and almost sweet. Full bodied
Year 2017
Bought Model 2019. Theo Engel, Zell Kaimt Mosel
— a year ago

Philippe Bénard

Brut Mareuil-sur-Ay Champagne Blend

NV / Elegance. Perfect appetizer with Bayonne ham salad / at De Reddende Engel in Antwerpen — a year ago

Aaron, Severn and 5 others liked this

Domaine René Engel

Clos Vougeot Grand Cru Pinot Noir 1990

Gala Dinner — 9 months ago

Ira, Severn and 9 others liked this

Domaine Fernand Engel

Reserve Alsace Pinot Blanc 2017

Nasty Women of the East Bay do Alsace. This wine, like so many from the region , overdelivers: jasmine, citrus, chalk with grapefruit pith and white pepper on the finish. Apparently a blend of 95% Auxerrois and 5% Pinot Blanc qualifies as a Pinot Blanc?!? The Alsatians rank up there with the Italians for confusing labeling conventions. Enjoyed. — a year ago

Maura Passanisi
with Maura
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