As an aperitif , Oysters, Fish, Seafood, Cooked sausages
Ratings and awards
Very well-made Sylvaner
Kiwi, hay, yellow nectarine, citrus, starfruit, grapefruit, herbaceous with white pepper and almond, toasty and mineral, astounding earthiness throughout, with rather neutral white flower and wool too, on palate it is quite serious with ample richness, good acidity to hold on for structure, expect slightly more for palate, also picked up some spicy bitter nuance towards end palate, lovely and gorgeous Sylvaner (4.2-3)
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...