Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Lorraine grape, grown in Moselle before 1914, it has been multiplied after 1950 in the Alsatian vineyard by vineyard and oenological research station of Colmar - Upper Rhine. Based on genetic analyzes, it it comes from a cross between Gouais blanc and Pinot. It is part of vine appellations Alsace, Côtes de Toul, Moselle, ...
Auxerrois gives a rather fine wine, slightly aromatic, sometimes lacking acidity. It is often vinified with Pinot Blanc which brings a fruity character.
Aromas of quince, exotic fruits, spices, white flowers, honey, toasted notes, grapefruit, apple.