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  1. Domaine de Lagoy Red - IGP Alpilles (2013)

    A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (50 %), Syrah (12,5%), Merlot (12,5%), Cabernet Sauvignon (12,5%), Marsellan (12,5%). Intense garnet red colour.The nose expresses red and black fruit overtones-black currant, blackberry.The mouth is structured with still young tannins. The black fruit and spices overtones as well as the final freshness characterise this wine.

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  2. Domaine de Lagoy Rose - IGP Alpilles (2016)

    A blend of the following grapes: Cinsault (65%), Caladoc (15%), Grenache (10%) Merlot (10%). The nose is intense and expresses fruity as well as floral overtones: peach, strawberry, mango, white flowers. Freshness appears first in the mouth, followed by intense cherry, grapefruits overtones, and an appealing minerality in the finale.

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  3. Domaine de Lagoy La Chapelle Rose - IGP Alpilles (2016)

    A blend of the following grapes: Cinsault, Caladoc, Grenache and Merlot.  Very elegant mouth, freshness and roundness appear first, followed by intense red fruits and peach overtones.

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  4. Domaine Ansen Riesling (Lerchensand Single Vineyard)

    Lerchensand is a southward hillside vineyard. This narrow and low hill is covered with small vine fields. High amounts of clay contribute to the dark colour of the ground and low fertility. The underground belongs to the Keuper marl of the Trias period. 210 millions years ago, an ancient sea evaporated, leaving salt and clay. The combination of high amounts of magnesium, the storage of warmth and the incredibly long vegetation period is what makes it possible in the first place to produce such outstanding whites with crisp acidity.

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  5. Domaine Ansen Riesling (Geierstein Single Vineyard)

    The hillside vineyards dried down quickly after winter rains. Cool to moderate weather created a long growing season. Low yields were crucial for achieving maximum flavor and aroma development. The soil looks yellow because of the limestone underneath (Muschelkalk). It's a bone dry and delicately perfumed wine. The limestone will contribute to the wine outstanding ageing potential.

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  6. Domaine Ansen Riesling (Lerchensand Single Vineyard)

    Delicately perfumed, dry and saline. The clayey underground brings crisp acidity and an outstanding ageing potential to the wine.

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  7. Domaine Ansen Alsace White (Sal Weingarten Single Vineyard)

    Off dry, with exotic, fruity notes.

    Sal Weingarten lies on a southward steep slope. High amounts of iron contribute to the reddish colour of the ground. The underground belongs to the Bundsandstein sandstone of the Trias period. Vine roots are able to seek nutrients deep into the ground. Red sandstone allows rapid warming and is able to store water only moderately, as a result of its sandy structure. The vines therefore tend to exhibit moderate growth and tolerate a long vegetation period which permits a more intensive formation of aromas.

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  8. Domaine Ansen Pinot Noir

    This is a typical entry level pinot noir from the region. The mouth is deep and tasty.

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  9. Domaine Ansen Pinot Gris (Elmen single vineyard)

    The nose reminds us of candied pear and raisins. The mouth is medium sweet. The clay underground brings a very unique structure to the mouth.

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  10. Domaine Rouge Bleu Dentelle rouge

    TASTING NOTES:
    Colour: ruby with garnet hues
    Nose: summer berries, sweet spice, cassis
    Palate: fresh berries and nutmeg give a light and elegant mouthfeel, complimented by gentle tannins and pleasing acidity.

    WINE AND FOOD MATCHING:
    Try it with vegetable salads, fleshy fish or shellfish, cold cuts, pizza, roast chicken, rabbit or bbqs.

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