Orfevre du Val

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This wine, a Saint-Emilion interpretation of Riesling and a nod to Olivia Alloin’s Alsace origins, is sourced from the great Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation terroirs.

The échalas-trained vines are planted on three plots of 10 ares (a quarter of an acre) made up of clay and limestone, stretching from the foot of the Saint-Emilion slopes across a superb terrace.

Orfèvre du Val, a unique white wine vinified with the savoir-faire of a master craftsman, offers a magical tasting experience with extremely refreshing aromas of white flowers and fruits.

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Tasting Note Vintage 2014

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Tasting Note Vintage 2020


Color: magnificent yellow gold color. Nose: delicate, with papaya and citrus fruit flavours (bergamot, grapefruit), followed by honeysuckle notes. Palate: smooth, well-balanced, with a nice fruitiness in a tasty texture and good acidity. Pairing: goat's cheese, fresh or matured. Comments: a nice blink of an eye to the Alloin family's origins.


The 2020 is similarly a well integrated package, perhaps even a notch in quality above the previous year—with aromas of mandarin and lime, and good integration of acidity, texture and flavor in a delicious juice with a beautiful mouth feel. Both owners and the Director of Operations David Liorit thought carefully when they were asked, then wisely suggested pairing their Riesling with goat cheese.

Tasting Note Vintage 2021

Data sheet

Vineyard area: 30 ares (0,75 acres)

Soil types: sandy-clay / clayey limestone slopes, échalas training

Grape variety: 100% Riesling

Cultivation method: HEV 3 - rational cultivation

Winemaking technique: cold soak skin contact maceration

Ageing: in stainless steel and French oak Eggonum and wineglobes glass vessels

Annual production: 1 700 bottles