From: Alsace, France
Based in Scherwiller, 50 km south of Strasbourg and 20 km from the German border, the village is nestled at the junction of the valleys of Sainte Marie aux Mines and Villé, on the site of a major battle fought during the Peasant War. The name of the Frey-Sohler estate comes from the association of grandfather Xavier Frey (born in 1902) and his son-in-law Charles Sohler, who ran the family business together. The Frey-Sohler estate has evolved through several generations, all intimately linked with the village and the wines of Alsace.
Tasting Notes: This crémant displays a fine stream of bubbles rising through a shimmering glass of pale gold. It is floral, supple, and has great balance. Lively, fruity, and full of elegance with its lees aging imbuing it with richness and notes of toast. Fresh notes of peach and honey butter, fine minerality, and flashes of lime on the nose. The wine is racy, but also savory, and plush–a study in delightful contrast!
Pairing: We'd suggest drinking this with a Tarte Flambée (Alsatian pizza with fresh fheese, onions, and bacon), but you can also totally switch things up here and go with Japchae noodles for a delicious multicultural experience.
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