The Rieffel winery is located in the Alsace region, famous for producing high quality wines with a unique character. Founded in 1950 by Charles Rieffel, the company has been passed down from generation to generation, up to the present day under the leadership of his son Jean-Claude and grandsons Thomas and Vincent. The cellar covers an area of 10 hectares, where the main varieties of Alsatian grapes are grown, such as Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir. Attention to quality is the main priority of the company, which takes care of every stage of production with great attention and passion. The wines produced by Rieffel are characterized by a unique flavor, an expression of the territory of origin and of the traditional winemaking techniques of Alsace. The Rieffel winery represents a symbol of the great Alsatian winemaking tradition, and offers its customers unforgettable tasting experiences.
Pinot Auxerrois 45-60%
Pinot Gris 30%
Cremant is produced according to the traditional method used in the Alsace region of France for the production of high quality sparkling wines. The production process begins with the grape harvest, followed by fermentation in the bottle, during which the wine is enriched with carbon dioxide. Subsequently, the bottles are left to refine on the lees for at least 12 months, to allow the wine to develop its own character and aromatic complexity. Finally, the bottles undergo the disgorgement process, during which the yeast sediment is removed, and the wine is re-capsulated and ready for marketing.
The nose opens with an intense fragrance of ripe fruit, such as apples, peaches and apricots, enriched with citrus notes and a slight hint of toasted bread. On the palate, the fresh and fruity taste is balanced by a pleasant acidity and a slight sapidity, which enhance its gustatory persistence. The creamy texture and the fineness of the bubbles give the wine a sensation of softness and harmony, completing the pleasant sensation.
Ideal to accompany fish, shellfish and cheese dishes, or to be tasted alone on special occasions.