The renowned Becker family, whose winemaking legacy dates back to 1610, produces wines of the highest standard and, holds vineyards across five Grand Cru areas; Froehn, Schlossberg, Sonnenglanz, Praelatenberg and Schoenenberg.
‘Selection de Grains Nobles’ means only the the driest berries affected by the boble rot are selected and the wines must be aged for at least 18 months. Stunningly rich and opulent with candied citrus, apricot and quince. A subtle vanilla creaminess engulfs the palate rounding with a touch of flinty acidity. – DWM, November 2016
French still and sweet white wine from Alsace France, made with Riesling. Organic.