Ma Douce

This Gewurztraminer harvested on the Mattstein area of Rouffach is a pure wine of maceration of destemmed grapes.

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€17.83
100% from Alsace

Alsatian grappes varieties made in our terroir, converting to organic farming

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  • Vintage :  2020
  • Grape variety :  Gewurztraminer
  • Locality :  Rouffach
  • Alcohol content :  13.63
  • Residual sugar :  0.7 g/L
  • Total acidity :  4.2
  • Ph :  3.65
  • Pairing :  Apéritifs, Poissons, Fruits de mer, Desserts

Description

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Once the grapes are destemmed, they are put in stainless steel tanks for about ten days for a maceration between the juice and the grapes. Fermentation follows in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks with indigenous yeasts, without any input or sulfites. The wines are lightly filtered before bottling. 

Ma Douce has a rose-scented nose, with a lingering finish of apricot and mango. In the mouth the attack is a bit soft, but nice acidity on the finish. The mouth is racy but very elegant. 

Serve at room temperature. To be drunk young, within 2 years. 

Food and Wine pairing

World cuisine, spicy dishes, tagines, couscous,... Can be used as an aperitif or for summer barbecues. 

Recipe idea: Candied fruit and cinnamon muffins 

Preparation time 15 minutes 

Cooking time 15 minutes 

Ingredients for 15 persons : 

3 whole eggs 

200g wheat flour

200g of soft butter

160g of brown sugar in powder 

100g candied fruit mixture

20g orange peel 

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 

1 sachet of vanilla sugar

1 packet of baking powder 

Powdered sugar for decoration 

Preheat your oven to th.6 (180°C). Melt the butter in the microwave and let it cool slightly. In a bowl, mix the flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, vanilla sugar and baking powder. Add the eggs and melted butter and mix again. Add the orange peel and candied fruit. Mix one last time until you have a smooth muffin batter. Pour your candied fruit and cinnamon muffin batter into the muffin cups. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes at th.6 (180°C). At the end of the cooking time, let your muffins cool on a rack before unmolding them. Enjoy your muffins warm or cold sprinkled with powdered sugar with, possibly, a slice of dried orange for decoration. 

Recipe from cuisineaz website