Fresh & Dry

Muscat d’Alsace

Muscat d’Alsace

Tasting it


It has a bright yellow colour. 


It’s the best example of a wine dominated by primary aromas. It undeniably evokes the distinctive fragrance of grapes. These intensely fruity aromas are sometimes complemented by subtle floral notes. 


Vinified dry, this wine offers a limpid and fresh texture, which respects the crunchy fruit. A spontaneous and fragrant wine!

It is different from the sweet Muscat in southern France due to its dryness. Most often it is made from the harmonious blending of two grape varieties: Muscat à petits grains and Muscat Ottonel.

Muscat d’Alsace

Pairing it

No Alsace wine other than Muscat incarnates better the joys and fervour of spring, this fresh and fruity zest like heartily biting into a grape!

Thanks to its dry character, the Muscat d’Alsace is perfect for whetting your appetite. The delicate and subtle fruit along with its natural intensity leave the palate intact for the aperitif allowing to smoothly glide into the next steps of the gastronomic spread.

It’s a discrete and jovial partner for grilled fish, whereas its natural aspect enhances light meals such as cooked or raw vegetables, steamed dishes or baby lettuce salads.

When spring comes it flirts unabashedly with the tricky-to-please asparagus! Asparagus have a hint of bitterness on the finish which tends to challenge most wines. But the Muscat d’Alsace calmly accepts the challenge thanks to its own suggestion of bitterness which is usually hidden by its exquisite and zesty fruit.

Muscat d’Alsace

Its origins

Two Muscat varieties are grown in Alsace. The Muscat called à petits grains or the "Muscat d’Alsace" appeared in Alsace at the beginning of the 16th century (it is cited by the great Alsace poet Fischart). The Muscat Ottonel appeared in Alsace in the middle of the 19th century.



I am often wrongly considered to be a sweet wine but this is not so: I am dry and am certainly the best for whetting your appetite.

For this I use the entire pallet of aromas and unparalleled flavours of my grape, the Muscat, providing its delicate and refreshing charm. My music is lively and impulsive.

In the vineyards

  • Leaf

    The leaf is orbicular, thick with five medium-sized lobes.
  • Bunch

    Muscat grappe@2x
    The bunch is of average size, cylindrical, long and straight. The berry is spherical and amber-yellow, thick skin covered with rust-coloured flecks when fully ripe. A firm, juicy, very sugary flesh with a musky aromatic taste.
  • Berry

    Muscat baie@2x