Overlooking the town of Ingersheim , between 250 and 280 m high, "the Hill of Flowers" is east exposed. It is a calcareous substratum from the Bathonien and Bajocien periods which covers at its base some conglomerates and marl from the Oligocene.
Florimont wines were appreciated and praised by famous notables of the period, such as the Earls of Lupfen and Baron Schwendi, great benefactor of winegrowing in Alsace.
The Grand Cru Florimont offers us a fine, floral Gewurztraminer with a fresh length
Replanted in 2007, confidential production.
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Clay and limestone, east exposition.
Gewurztraminer 100 %
By hand; end october
Natural yeast, maturing on the fine lees during 10 months in large oak barrels.
5 to 15years.
Ripe withes fruits (peach, apricot), mint, the mouth it is rich, full, smooth ; nice freshness and persistency..
Strong blue cheese, goose liver, aperitive and dessert.