Kuentz-Bas L'Alsace Mosaîk
Kuentz-Bas L'Alsace Mosaîk Kuentz Bas 30609 WINE
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Alsace, France2020

Kuentz-Bas L'Alsace Mosaîk

Alsace, France, 2020

raditional Field Blend / Family Run Estate
gewurztraminer, muscat, pinot blanc, sylvaner
12.5%
delicately flavoured

Description

Kuentz-Bas was founded in the Alsatian town of Husseren-les-Châteaux in 1795. In 2004 the 10 hectare estate was bought by Jean-Baptiste Adam, the fourteenth generation of his family involved in winemaking. Mosaïk is an interesting blend of Sylvaner, Muscat, Pinot Gris & Gewürztraminer. Dry, fresh and fruity. On the nose, it expresses floral notes and white fruit flavours of pear and green apple. The mouth is crispy and fruity, the finish dry and structured with good acidity.

Tasting Note

Dry, fresh and fruity. On the nose, it expresses floral notes and white fruit flavours of pear and green apple. The mouth is crispy and fruity, the finish dry and structured with good acidity.

Product Reviews

In The Press

Irish Examiner

We associate Alsace with varietal wines but there is a long tradition of blends, often field blends from the same vineyard. This is made from 30% Sylvaner, 20% Pinot Blanc, 15% Pinot Gris, 15% Muscat, 10% Gewürztraminer and 5% Chasselas and, as you would expect, floral Gewürztraminer is detectable on the nose but also pear confit- textured, almost lush on the palate but with balancing acidity. This matched a Tartiflette perfectly.

Leslie Williams

Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Regular price €13.56
Sale price €13.56 Regular price €16.95
gewurztraminer, muscat, pinot blanc, sylvaner
12.5%
delicately flavoured

Description

Kuentz-Bas was founded in the Alsatian town of Husseren-les-Châteaux in 1795. In 2004 the 10 hectare estate was bought by Jean-Baptiste Adam, the fourteenth generation of his family involved in winemaking. Mosaïk is an interesting blend of Sylvaner, Muscat, Pinot Gris & Gewürztraminer. Dry, fresh and fruity. On the nose, it expresses floral notes and white fruit flavours of pear and green apple. The mouth is crispy and fruity, the finish dry and structured with good acidity.

Tasting Note

Dry, fresh and fruity. On the nose, it expresses floral notes and white fruit flavours of pear and green apple. The mouth is crispy and fruity, the finish dry and structured with good acidity.

Product Reviews

In The Press

Irish Examiner

We associate Alsace with varietal wines but there is a long tradition of blends, often field blends from the same vineyard. This is made from 30% Sylvaner, 20% Pinot Blanc, 15% Pinot Gris, 15% Muscat, 10% Gewürztraminer and 5% Chasselas and, as you would expect, floral Gewürztraminer is detectable on the nose but also pear confit- textured, almost lush on the palate but with balancing acidity. This matched a Tartiflette perfectly.

Leslie Williams

Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Maison Kuentz-Bas
Maison Kuentz-Bas
Husseren-les-Châteaux, France Maison Kuentz-Bas

Kuentz-Bas was founded in the Alsatian town of Husseren-les-Châteaux in 1795. In 2004 the 10ha estate was bought by Jean-Baptiste Adam, the fourteenth generation of his family involved in winemaking.