Wine gift Gustave Lorentz Elzas Evidance Large

Wine gift Gustave Lorentz Elzas Evidance Large

  • €49,55

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3 top wines in a luxurious wooden box with sliding lid. The wines come from the well-known winery Gustave Lorentz from Alsace. The package contains a Rielsing, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. All three are organic wines.

Gustave Lorentz Riesling Evidence Organic

This Rielsing is an expressive, invigorating wine with aromas of lemon, grapefruit, white fruit such as pear and a refined minerality. The taste is elegant, fresh and structured. Like all wines from Gustave Lorentz, this wine is elegant and fresh and dry.

Gustave Lorentz Pinot Gris Evidence Organic

Fresh, elegant and aromatic. In the fragrance you can smell peach, pear, lime blossom and acacia. The taste is fresh, fruity and balanced with a refined minerality and a long, slightly salty finish. A fantastic organic Alsace wine from one of the best wineries in this region.

Gustave Lorentz Gewurztraminer Evidence Organic

Gewürz is translated into Dutch as herbs and that this name was specifically chosen for this wine is no surprise. The wine is known to be very aromatic and expressive. It contains a spicy nose with great notes of lychee. It is powerful but elegant, fresh but also fruity.

About Gustave Lorentz

Gustave Lorentz was founded in 1836, but the Lorentz family's wine history dates back to the mid-17th century. Jean-Georges Lorentz, blacksmith and winegrower, was the first family member to settle in Bergheim in 1748 in the heart of Alsace. “One family, one village and seven generations of winegrowers” ​​is today the slogan of winery Gustave Lorentz.

Georges Lorentz has been in charge since 1995 and the eighth generation - his three daughters - is getting ready to join the company as well. Gustave Lorentz owns a total of 33 hectares of vineyards on the hillsides around Bergheim. Of the 33 hectares, just under half are classified as Grand Cru. Since taking office, Georges has implemented quite a few modern insights. In addition to quality, the focus is also on balance, purity, personality and drinkability. Sustainability is of crucial importance to Georges. Since 2012, all own vineyards have been certified organic by EcoCert.