Tag: Alsace

Pinot Noir Everywhere: From the Expected to the Fringes

Yes, I’m on a Pinot Noir kick this week, thanks to my recent attendance at the World of Pinot Noir

2006 Marc Kreydenweiss “Clos Rebberg” Pinot Gris, Alsace, France

The wines of Alsace are some of the most unique and distinctive in the world. They are also some of

1994 Zind-Humbrecht “Brand” Riesling, Alsace, France

For anyone who drinks Alsatian wines on a regular basis, let alone someone who considers themselves a fan or an

Anderson Valley Alsace Varietals Festival: February 21, Boonville, CA

With all the fanfare surrounding Cabernet and Pinot Noir coupled with the obsession this country seems to have with Chardonnay,

Domaine Marc Kreydenweiss, Alsace: Current Releases

The wines of Alsace are some of the most unique and distinctive in the world. They are also some of

1990 Trimbach “Cuvee Frederic Emile” Riesling, Alsace

I can remember a time when the word “Alsace” only brought to mind dim memories of my 5th grade class

2005 Domaine Albert Boxler Pinot Gris “Vieilles Vignes,” Alsace

Like Jazz standards interpreted endlessly by masters and amateurs alike, grapes find infinite expression in the hands of winemakers around