Mon Soleil

A subtle blend of 3 noble grape varieties from the 2020 vintage from a high altitude limestone soil. 

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100% from Alsace

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

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  • Vintage :  2020
  • Grape variety :  Muscat/ Riesling/ Gewurztraminer
  • Locality :  Westhalten
  • Alcohol content :  13.33
  • Residual sugar :  0.3 g/L
  • Total acidity :  4.9
  • Ph :  3.42
  • Pairing :  Apéritifs, Desserts, Viande rouge



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.

Flowery nose, notes of almonds and vine peaches. A silky and racy palate, aniseed, fennel, turmeric. Nice acidity, long persistence. 

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

Food and Wine pairing

World cuisine, spicy dishes, appetizers, barbecues. 

Recipe idea: Roast rack of lamb with honey and mustard 

Preparation time: 5 minutes 

Cooking time: 40 minutes 

Ingredients for 4 people: 

800 g rack of lamb 

40 g of mustard 

40 g of honey 

15 g of olive oil 

3 g rosemary (1 sprig) 

Preheat oven to 180°C. Chop the rosemary branch. In a bowl, mix honey and mustard. Brush the rack of lamb with the sauce and season. Place the lamb on a baking sheet, drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with rosemary. Place in the oven for 40 minutes. Cut the rack of lamb into four pieces and serve with potatoes, sweet potatoes or whatever you like. 

Recipe from the Supertoinette website