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Weinbach Cuvée Théo Riesling 2019

Weinbach Cuvée Théo Riesling



/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti13.5%

The wine

The Cuvée Théo is dedicated to the legendary Théo Faller, who during the 20th century became one of the great contributors to the success of Alsatian wine. It is the straightest and most immediate Riesling from Domaine Weinbach, a historic winery built by the Capuchins in 1612 and still one of the most significant in Alsace. The vineyard, which covers 28 hectares on the granite, limestone-chalk and marl soils of the Kaysersberg Valley, is farmed biodynamically. The style of the Domaine works on fruit and concentration, but also cleanliness and elegance. Aged in old oak barrels and vinified with only indigenous yeasts, the Riesling Cuvée Théo offers a delightful bouquet of white flowers against a backdrop of citrus fruits. On the palate it is dense, balanced and expressive, with a ripe acidity that prolongs its persistence and freshness.

What does this wine taste like?

Deep yellow / Clean / Bright
Fruit aromas / Tropical fruit / Mango / Pineapple / Floral notes / Mineral notes
Fresh / Balanced / Long finish

Drinking and storing

Serve between 8ºC and 10ºC

Food pairing

Salads, Aperitifs, Fish, Seafood, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Asian cuisine, Cheeses

Ratings and awards

201892 SK
SK: Suckling

Customer reviews

3 reviews

The winery

Domaine Weinbach

Domaine Weinbach

Domaine Weinbach is a historic winery in Alsace. The building was constructed as a monastery in 1612 by the Capuchin monks, and sold as a public asset during the French Revolution. It's located at the foot of the Schlossberg hill and owes its name, Weinbach ('wine brook'), to the small river which passes through the estate. In 1898 the winery was acquired by the Faller brothers, who then passed it on to Théo, their son and nephew. Théo become an eminent figure in the Alsace...