The Steinstuck is a Lieu-Dit located above the village of Westhalten that gives racy wines, fresh and marked by mineral notes, chalk or wet rock.
The note is delicate and melodious, while the palate is slightly exotic without being excessive. It's entirely dry, with a mouthwatering grapefruit finish.
|Fermentation||slow fermentation (natural yeast) and maturation on fine lees|
|Date of harvest||8th october 2021|
|Residual Sugar||less than 1 gramme / litre|
|Acidity||5,5 grammes / litre|
|Alcohol||12,5% / volume|
The limestone soil and its sheltered location give the wines of this terroir a strong personality. They are racy, fresh and marked by mineral notes, chalk or wet rock.
Although muscat and sylvaner are very different grape varieties, this filiation is clearly found in the wines.
Average age of vines : 55 years
The minerality and freshness of this muscat are perfect for a summer evening, Muscat Steinstuck also goes very well with asparagus.
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