Tag Archives: Alsace

History The history of wines in the Alsace region, located on France’s eastern border, is not new. By the end of the first millennium, 160 Alsace villages were already growing vines and, by the Middle Ages, Alsatian wines were among the most highly prized in all of Europe. Ideally suited to the cultivation of the […]

The Pinot Noir is the only red wine produced in the Alsace region (East part of France, at the German Boarder), which is most commonly known for white wines. In decline since the 16th century, this light and fruity red wine has been attracting new interest over the past few years. Given its very low […]