Fonds de Solidarite Viticole

P.O. Box 50, 5501 Remich
8 Rue Nic. Kieffer, 5551 Remich
Luxembourg
Telephone +352 23 699288
Fax +352 23 699590

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 13): stand A50

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.11  Luxembourg
  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.02  Cremant

Cremant

Our products

Product category: Luxembourg

RIESLING

Riesling is probably the best known white wine cultivar. The Riesling from Luxembourg “breathes” the shell limestone soil on which the vines grow. They confer intense minerality, which seems less fruity than in wines that stem from slated soils, but are very complex and stimulating as a result. Riesling is ever so multi-facetted, whether as dry wine, late vintage or ice wine: The acidity is stimulating, the play of aromas complex (notes of citrus fruit, apple, apricot, quince, exotic fruit), plus an elegant minerality and spicy overtones. Riesling wines particularly reflect the terroir from which they stem.

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Product category: Luxembourg

PINOT GRIS

Pinot gris is a very popular cultivar in Luxembourg, the cultivated acreage for which has doubled in the last 20 years. Because of their specific aromas, these wines are considered an ideal accompaniment for high-end gastronomy as well as hearty, traditional fair. They stand out for their fresh, pleasant acidity and nice minerality. Connoisseurs will discover notes of yellow flowers or pears, but also dried fruit as well as nutty, roasted aromas.

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Product category: Cremant

PINOT BLANC

Pinot blanc is an important basic wine for Crémant, but also a racy, fruity still wine with a lively and playful acidity and fine minerality. It excels through fresh citrus aromas, white blossoms, notes of pineapple, pear and apple as well as a hint of almonds. If Pinot blanc is matured in oak barrels, the fruity notes shift to buttery, melting overtones.

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