Domaine Zinck Gewürztraminer
- Vintage: 2017
- Origin: Alsace, France.
- Taste Guide: Off-dry, medium bodied with a balancing freshness that brings the flavours to the fore. Shows the typical Gewürztraminer fruit character of pear, rose petal and lychee enhanced with exotic notes of spice and a subtle note of peppermint on the finish - unoaked
- 75cl - 13.5% - Screwcap
- Food pairing: Wonderful fruit-driven flavours for rich seafood, tasty chicken or spicy pork dishes.
The Zincks have been cultivators, growing vines alongside mixed agriculture on the family farm, for generations. In 1964, the Domaine started with 6 acres of vines. It has grown to cover more than 50 acres in Eguisheim, a popular village on the Alsace Wine Route, well known for its beauty and gastronomy. The winery has been driven by entrepreneurship since its inception: Domaine Zinck is run by Philippe and his wife, Pascale. The estate consists of 56 acres of vineyards that are being farmed organically. Each vine is tended by hand and is harvested by hand. This is done to increase and insure the highest quality is attained, and the true character of the terroir is retained. Winemakers Philippe Zinck and his father Paul make food-friendly wines that deliver Alsace’s hallmark pure expression.
Around £15 elsewhere, we have sourced a parcel of 12 bottles and can pass on a saving to you, just £12.95 per bottle.