Sweet and delicious as well as red and delicious among the wines of Alsace

Vineyards in Alsace

Vineyards in Alsace, copyright BKWine Photography

Alsace is primarily known for its elegant, stylish, often aromatic white wines. But they do much else there too. For example, the wonderfully intense sweet wines that can be called either vendange tardive (fairly sweet) or sélection de grains nobles (very sweet!). They even make some very good red wines from pinot noir.

Britt explains more about these unusual Alsace wines on BKWine Magazine: The “other” Alsace: Sweet white wines and red wines.

An Alsatian village

An Alsatian village, copyright BKWine Photography

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