If a Crémant d’Alsace proves to be indispensable at aperitif time, it’s undoubtedly due to its fine acidity which leaves the palate fresh for the next course. At its best to perk-up warm little puff pastry bites.
You need all the character of aRiesling d’Alsace to resist the force of caviar and roe while enhancing their taste at each bit. Refined and subtle, it also pairs wonderfully with oysters or smoked salmon toasts.
These crunchy little vegetables are great to munch on with varied sauces along with a dry, light wine which whets your appetite: a Muscat d’Alsace.
The Gewurztraminer d’Alsace is appealing with the enhanced flavours of its aromas, its powerful and round character. It is particularly suited for sweet/savoury nibbles or with spicy flavours from Asia, Mexico or elsewhere.