Lucien Albrecht (pronounced Lu-Shen All-Bresht) is one of the most distinguished producers of white wines in Alsace, founded in 1698 when Balthazar Albrecht settled in Orschwihr, a small village flanked by rolling hills and ideally situated for grape-growing. Today the winery is known worldwide for the finesse, unique aromatic structure and freshness of its still and sparkling wines. All Lucien Albrecht wines are produced with fruit sourced exclusively from estate vineyards, including the Grand Cru Pfingstberg and Grand Cru Spiegel.
Currently Lucien Albrecht wines may be shipped direct only to the states of California, Florida, and Nevada. If we are unable to ship to your area use our store locator to find these wines locally.
Light yellow color with silver highlights, fine and mineral nose with notes of white flowers. Mouth is fresh and racy with a beautiful length on the same aromas as the nose with a hint of peppermint.
Opens with a complex bouquet of apricot, hazelnut, and toast aromas. The palate is supple with beautifully balanced yellow fruit notes and a long finish. Enjoy as an aperitif, or pair with richly flavored dishes.
The nose is fine with rich sweet spice aromatics (cinnamon, cardamom) and exotic fruits (mango, papaya, and guava). On the palate, the wine shows great complexity: supple and ample, with sustained spice and mango flavors.
Delicate aromas of citrus peel, lime and floral characters. These fresh characters are present on the palate with a lively lime finish. Rieslings from Alsace have distinctive concentration perfectly balanced by acidity, making them one of the best wines to dine with.
The 2015 Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Spiegel presents a gold yellow color with silver tints. On the nose, an explosion of nutmeg and cinnamon aromas highlighted by exotic fruits notes. The palate is soft and round complemented by a refined acidity.
This 2015 Pinot Gris from Alsace presents a pale yellow color with gold tints. It develops a refined nose with aromas of toast and yellow fruits. After a supple attack, the wine becomes silky with a great complexity and refinement.