Domaine Eblin-Fuchs, Sylvaner 2017

Our opinion : A Sylvaner with character.
A beautiful white gold dress, accompanied by this elegant nose where we can detect touches of resin. Small white fruits follow.
In the mouth, everything is well balanced and very fresh! It holds up well and it is very good screwed up. The palate is moderately long.
This is a wine for the end of the sunny days that return!

Temperature service : 6 - 10°C

To drink : 2021 - 2022

Certification : Biodynamic Demeter certification

Technical sheet

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24 in stock

Description

The great return of Alsace. It was high time to (re) visit this magnificent region wine through this emblematic grape variety.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg

The winemaker

Very old wine-growing families, the Eblins and the Fuchs have been linked since 1956 following the marriage of Marie Madeleine Fuchs (pronounced Foux) and Henri Joseph Eblin.

The Eblin family tree dates back to 1294, when the coat of arms was deposited. That of the Fuchs, since 1615, date of their installation as winegrowers in Zellenberg.

Following the union of the current successor, Christian Eblin, to Laurence Leininger, herself descendant of a family of winegrowers established in Hunawihr for several generations. The geological palette of the estate was expanded in 2006 with several plots of Marno-limestone compositions, including the most famous Rosacker and Muelforst in Hunawihr and Mandelberg in Mittelwihr.

The appellation

The AOC Alsace can be broken down into seven grape varieties (Muscat, Sylvaner, Pinot blanc, Pinot gris, Pinot noir, Riesling and Gewurztraminer) and two blends (Edelzwicker and Gentil).

This is therefore a unique grape variety: Sylvaner. The AOC Alsace indicates a grape variety but also a geographical indication such as a locality or a municipality. A control of AOC Alsace wines is organized both at the level of the production tool (vines and cellars) and at the organoleptic level (tasting).

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