Founded in 1896, Willm was the first producer from Alsace to import into the United States following the repeal of the Prohibition. Tracing its French heritage back to the 14th century, the Willm family farms its all of its vineyards organically, including its Grand Cru vineyards that feature the incredibly aromatic Gewurztraminer. Employing both traditional and modern techniques, all of Willm’s wines are hand-crafted, with great balance and easy pairings for a variety of foods.
Willm Gewurztraminer “Reserve” 2014 ($14.99): With an exotic and flamboyant nose of lychees and tropical fruits, this gewurztraminer is a full-bodied, aromatic white, yet with the structure and acidity to remain balanced. Great with richer fishes, and cheese fondue!
Willm Brut Blanc de Blancs NV ($12.99): From 100% pinot blanc made in the traditional champagne method, aromas of orchard fruits and slight toastiness make this a perfect aperitif in the spring.