Cave de Turckheim is situated in the pretty village of Turckheim, just slightly north west of Colmar. Firmly established as one of the best co-operatives in the world Cave de Turckheim always pays the utmost respect for the wine, combining rigour, know-how and patience with the latest technology and a steady stream of investment. Michel Lihrmann has been their senior winemaker for over 25 years and strongly believes that varietals in Alsace should express their delicate characteristics and favours the dryer style of Alsace wines. Testimony to their quality and attention to detail has been the clutch of medals and awards gained over the past few years, culminating in a clutch of awards, especially for the Grand Cru Brand range, for which they won IWC Trophy for White Wine in 2004 (Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Brand 2000). Cave de Turckheim produce an extensive range of wines, from their value-for-money Cave Tradition varietal range to the wines from 3 different Grand Crus. Central to Cave de Turckheim’s success is their willingness to innovate; two years ago they launched the Réserve range to great acclaim, and 2006 sees the launch of the Terroir D’Alsace range (formerly Lieux-Dit), a label change for their signature Grand Cru range and the launch of the Turckheim Pinot Grigio - a dry style Pinot Gris.
The One-Liner Winning Gold at the Sommelier Wine Awards - this superbly crafted wine will satisfy time and time again. Tasting Notes Gently aromatic with nutty mineral hints, dry fruity taste with a touch of honey and more of that elegant mineral slooshing around with the light bubbles. Attractive and well-balanced finish as a calming zing of acidity refreshes and entices.