Alsace: Léon Beyer 'La Cuvée' 2017

Léon Beyer's 'La Cuvée' blend is an Alsace blend of Muscat and Riesling. Such blends are often described as 'Edelzwicker' (German for 'noble mixture'), and allow winemakers to express their 'house style' and can often be terrific value.

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Bottle (Case)
Tasting Notes
Subtle mineral and lemon nose, with a light body, silky texture with nervy citrus and green apple flavours are underlined by a touch of spice and refreshing acidity. Great with local speciality Tarte Flambée, or Asian classics like spicy Thai beef salad or salt & pepper squid.
About this wine
Style White Wine, Sec, Medium-bodied, Non Sparkling
Wine Region Alsace
Grape Variety (Cépage) Muscat, Riesling
Food & Wine Matching Seafood, Thai Food
Organic Non-Organic
Vintage 2017
Cellarage Will cellar well for up to 5 years.
Vinification Fermentation to dryness, no malolactic fermentation.
Alcohol By Volume (%) 12

Léon Beyer

Situated just outside the impressive medieval town of Eguisheim, the Beyer family have produced wine in these parts since 1580. The firm was formally founded in 1870 by Emile Beyer who was succeeded by a son and grandson, both named Léon Beyer and both mayors of Eguisheim in their day.

With significant Grand Cru vine-holdings in the communes of Eichberg and Pfersigberg and 23 hectares in total, this domaine has always championed impressive, dry wines that complement the famous gastronomy of the region. These days this important Alsatian house is ably run by Léon II's charismatic son Marc and grandson Yann. 75% of their production is exported.

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