Calcaires Jaunes refer to the yellow limestone from Rouffach. This stone, well-known in the region, was used to build the church of Rouffach and Saint Martin collegiate church of Colmar. The limestone soils suit well the grape-variety riesling and emphasise its minerality. It gives fruity flavours (pomelo, lemon) and fine wines.
The nose reminds pears, angelica, youth and freshness.
The wine is vibrant, long, dry, with yellow fruits, lemon and tangerine aromas.
The mouth is fat and finishes with a nice flint minerality.