This wine is a very versatile aperitif that will accompany foie gras, sweet and salty foods, spicy dishes such as curry, and brings out the flavor of certain cheeses such as blue cheese or Muenster.
The Schlumberger estate is located in Alsace, which is east of France. In 1810, Nicolas Schlumberger bought about 50 acres of vineyards and laid the foundations for a rare harmony between human needs and the earth - Domaines Schlumberger was born. This respect of nature and environment has always been an essential element of the way of life and philosophy of the Schlumberger family. And, it is still evident even today—through manual plowing of the fields with horses and biodynamic farming, which ensure great, quality wines for future generations.