It has a unique style and offers fresh citrus, such as lime and orange, and exotic fruit flavors intertwined with spicy notes of gingerbread, clove and cinnamon.
It has been reviewed and received 92 points from the Wine Enthusiast Magazine in the October 2015 issue.
Enjoy it by itself, chilled or mixed in cocktails.
"Complex and herbaceous, this unusual “beer flower” spirit shows lots of bold anise in the aroma. The palate is more subtle, with the anise woven in alongside caraway, white pepper and cayenne, all accenting a hoppy zing. Consider subbing for gin or aquavit in cocktails to play up those nuanced spice notes. - Kara Newman"
- Wine Enthusiast (October 1st 2015), 92 pts
Wolfberger is a union of producers located in Eguisheim, south of Colmar in Alsace. The city was also the home of Pope Leo IX, the Reformer (Pope from 1048 – ...