The province of Alsace is located in the north of France. It is also called the plantation of white wines. Thousands of tons of grapes are harvested here every year. Sylvaner and Riesling grapes are most commonly grown. The grapes for the elite drinks are taken from the late harvest, almost completely dried under the scorching sun. Such wines resemble as much as possible the products made in Germany. Not surprisingly, they pair wonderfully with German cuisine. Quite often served with fish and some desserts. They are poured into beautiful, elegant bottles with an elongated long neck.