The 1969 harvest only began on October 13, under a late-autumn dazzling sun remarkably favourable for good grape ripening. The harvest volume amounted to 636,000 hectolitres.
They are proud, fruity and moderately full-bodied wines with a decent acidity bestowing character and typicity.8/>
Sylvaner 1969, fruity, harmonious and superbly forthright, makes a particularly excellent characteristic wine.10/>
Pinot Blanc 1969 has superior quality compared to the average thanks to its perfect ripeness and freshness.
Riesling 1969, racy, fruity and distinct, bestows its vintage character with its excellence and elegance.
Tokay Pinot Gris d’Alsace 1969 is a balanced wine, full of ripeness which in certain soils has sometimes suffered from overly-dry weather conditions, preventing it from reaching its usual magnitude. However, the best parcels allow it be perfectly successful.
Gewurztraminer 1969 is undeniably a great full-bodied, vigorous wine able to delight connoisseurs and fans of this crowned Alsace grape variety with its fruitiness and bouquet.
Information Centre, June 1970