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Olivier Humbrecht is one of the world's most renowned winegrowers. He is a Master of Wine and has been described by Robert Parker as the greatest white winemaker on earth. Yet he is very soft spoken, humble, and self-deprecating, which makes him perfectly suited to his assumed role as a global ambassador of wine. He is a champion of terroir, biodynamic farming principles, and non-interventionist winemaking, whose family have been winegrowers in Alsace for 12 generations (since 1620). He is...
- 92 Points -
A very subtle muscat with light apricots and hints of flowers. Medium to full body, some stones and spicy and bitter peaches. Oily texture but a fresh finish. Made from biodynamically grown grapes.See detailed press review
- 90+ -
Pale straw-green. Perfumed aromas of minty chlorophyll, grapefruit, lemon verbena and lime. Then pure, clean and racy, featuring saline flavors of green fruit, fresh citrus and delicate spices. Long and very clean on the subtle finish, which features surprising backbone (that’s the Muscat d’Alsace). This is in fact mainly Muscat d’Alsace, with very little Muscat Ottonel present due to coulure-related problems, which typically nails Muscat Ottonel in difficult springs. Knockout entry-level Muscat. These grapes are picked in two different parcels (one extremely old, planted by Olivier’s father right after the war).See detailed press review