This Vallée Noble develops aromas of white stone fruits underlined by smoky notes and and warm pebbles. It is a powerful wine but without heaviness.
The "Vallée Noble" appellation dates back to the Middle Ages when the Westhalten Soultzmatt valley was occupied by 7 castles and several noble families. These families, affiliated to the Rhine nobility, spread the wines of this region to the borders of the Holy Roman Empire, Switzerland and the United States.
Serve with simple, tasty dishes. Drink now and keep for up to 10 years. Serve between 10 and 12°C.How ?
This wine is best served with a tuna steak, white meat in sauce, fried foie gras or a well matured comté cheese.