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The diverse history of this area suggests the character of local wines. Between France and Germany there are two imaginary boundaries. The first one - territorial, forms the western Vosges and the other - political boundary is 25 km far from the river Rhine, which creates the history of the region from time immemorial (Alsace, however, belonged to Germany in the past only during the occupation). In fact, German wines are prepared in the French style.
Winemakers seek to dry solid and strong wine. The tone here indicate climate, soil and vine composition.
All this is comparable to the German wine regions (on the opposite bank of the Rhine lies Baden). The French label is then displayed names of the varieties of French wine which is not typical (ovlivěno shared history with Germany).
According to the Wine Act must also be filled with local wines in special bottles (called Alsace flutes). The highest quality is the status of Grand Cru (wine total 51 positions). This great wine can be made only from 5 varieties (Rieling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Muscat and Sylvaner).

Blue varieties

  • Pinot Noir (gives a fruity wine with aromas and flavors of red berries, velvety and smooth wine)
White varieties

  • Riesling (Royal variety, which gives a very dry and elegant wine, suitable for archiving)
  • Pinot Gris (full and round wine, suitable for use in restaurants, often with residual sugar)
  • Gewurztraminer (another leading variety, very full-bodied and aromatic wine with the scent of grapefruit, lychee and rose)
  • Pinot Blanc (delicious, high quality and consistent wine with balanced acidity)
  • Sylvaner (somewhat neglected variety from which it is made fresh, light and fragrant wine)
  • Muscat (very aromatic and delicious wine)
  • Other varieties: Chardonnay and Auxerois used for sparkling wine called Crémant (along with Pinot Blanc)
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