Wine: Alsace strikes an enviable balance
The eastern French region doesn’t enjoy the same name-recognition factor as its cousins in Bordeaux and Burgundy, but most of its whites have a piercing quality that startles and delights
Full of beguiling charm, Alsace may not yet be as well recognised as the robust and gregarious Bordeaux and Burgundy regions in France – but curious and discerning wine lovers all over the world are increasingly proud to fly the flag in her name, recognising the area’s stunning wines.
Unique micro-climates and the slate and granite soil create a perfect canvas for wines that are an impeccable balance between sweet fruit and crisp...
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