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Our general wines:

The maison Wehrlé produces all 7 Alsacian grape varities. The classical line or locally called "Générique" is very fruity oriented with a dry tempor.
 

sylvaner1.png Sylvaner "Floral" : Fresh and persistant with lemon aromas
pb1.png Pinot Blanc "Terrasse" : Elegant and fruity nose. The well-build mouth closes on a hard final making the wine dry.
muscat1.png Muscat "Aróme" : Explosive nose with deeply marked muscat characters, the little structured mouth leaves place for fineness.
pinotgris1.png Pinot Gris "Harmonie" : With a slightly grilled nose, this wine carries its character in its structure in mouth, based on fruit and complexity. Its 4g. sugar opens the doors of many tables.
rieslingmineral1.png Riesling "Minéral" : Perfumes of white fruits (peach, apricot...), awakes the taste buds by its vivacity and precise final without aggressivity - perfect to most meals.
rieslingreb1.png Riesling "Rebgarten" : A discreet and refined nose, leaves place to a powerfull mouth - livelier than the normal riesling, it has a beautifull fatness - it is awaiting a nice fish!
gewurzt1.png Gewurtztraminer "Caratère" : Very open and flattering, delicat and of big purity - perfect for the aperitif. With 11g sugar, it is classed as very sweet for the style of the house.
pinotnoircomplex1.png Pinot Noir "Complexe" : Sustained colour, cherry-perfumes. Complex mouth with important persistance. Very expressif, it can be drunk to white meat.
pinotnoir1.png Pinot Noir "Tradition" : Our aim is to develop a rich wine, intensely bouqueté and expressing all the finesse and elegance of this grape variety on the palate. To do this, the grapes are subjected, during harvesting, to a very severe sorting in order to remove berries that would not have optimum ripeness or damaged. The grapes are then de-stemmed and placed in maceration vats for 2 to 3 weeks following the vintages. Pigeages are carried out once or twice a day to gently extract tannins and color. The decanting takes place at the precise moment when we estimate the just extraction, that is to say when the tannin is abundant but remains thin, without hardiness.
The resulting wine is a brightly colored red, particularly fruity and well structured, in a style close to the great classicism of Burgundy. Food / wine pairing: soft cheeses.
pn1.png Pinot Noir Élevé en Barriques :  Beautifull achievement from an old vineyard (45 years), this wine has passed 11 months in oak-barrels. The character of the pinot noir is very present for the nose, and lets the melting of the tree appear in the mouth. Wine to be kept for a few years at least.
rose1.png Pinot noir "Cuvée Belle Rose" : Salmon dress, currant and grapefruit aromas, lively and thirstquenching.