Alsace greats, your companions for the start of 2023

This selection of wines from 50 of iDealwine’s partner domains will awaken your senses at the start of January. Choose from the superb wines from Domaine Trimbach (Clos Sainte-Hune, Frédéric Emile), Domaine Deiss, Domaine Zind-Humbrecht and Domaine Bott-Geyl as well as fruity reds from Boxler and Zusslin with mature vintages going back to 1990.

Domaine Trimbach – an Alsace institution for nearly four centuries

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Domaine Marcel Deiss – the king of companion planting

Not to be missed:

  • Alsace Complantation 2020: A wine which is the result of planting a number of Alsace varieties side by side and is an exception in this region where single varietal wines reign supreme.

The grand cru to hunt down:

Domaine Zind-Humbrecht – haute-couture Alsace wines

Keep an eye out for:

  • Pinot Gris Clos Jebsal 2013: A Pinot Gris that was not easy to grow but was done so passionately. Its breadth and generosity are enhanced by its beautiful acidity, which is conducive to ageing.

The grand cru to get your hands on:

Domaine Bott-Geyl – discrete yet excellent

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The grand cru to snap up:

Domaine Albert Boxler – “Everywhere there is work, there are grand crus”

Do not miss:

  • Pinot Noir S 2020: Côte de Nuits or Alsace? This wine from Jean Boxler is seen as one of his rarest cuvées in the eyes of wine lovers.

The grand cru to get your hands on:

Domaine Valentin Zusslin – a giant of Alsace

Be sure not to miss:

  • Pinot Noir Ophrys 2020: A beautiful Alsace Pinot Noir that Robert Parker ranks as among the best from the region.

The grand cru to snatch up:

  • Riesling Grand Cru Pfingstberg 2016: A very beautiful dry Riesling, intense, pure, mineral and very elegant produced by this biodynamic domain, which is loved by all who try it.

And many others!

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