Wolfberger Kirsch d'Alsace
France - Alsace - Eguisheim

Kirsch is the oldest eau-de-vie, since its origin is traced back to the 18th century. This is probably the most typical in Alsace. The highest quality kirsches are aged for a long time, sometimes over 10 years. Produced from black cherries with large stones, it offers powerful and full-bodied aromas and a nutty bouquet.


Kirsch is a very popular spirit and can be enjoyed at the end of a meal as a drink or as a cocktail. It is also used in cooking, baking and confectionery.

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Wolfberger Kirsch d'Alsace - 90 PTS - WE

Wolfberger Kirsch d'Alsace - 90 PTS - WE

wine enthusiast 90 pts"Hailing from Alsace, this harmonious cherry eau-de-vie offers bold, bright and dusty cherry aroma and flavor, plus a faint floral note on the finish and appropriately bracing alcohol heat. - Kara Newman"

- Wine Enthusiast (October 1st 2015), 90 pts

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Producer Information: Wolfberger

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 – ...
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