Frey Sohler Collection 2


Riesling Tasting notes: Dry and racy, with various aromas from fruit notes (citrus fruits) to mineral aromas (flinty).

Others wines: Exotic fruits, off-dry

Taste Profile:



38 %

Full Body


95 %

Medium-high Tannins


78 %

Medium Acidity


64 %

13.5–15% ABV


85 %


Full-Bodied and medium bodied, premium white wine.


The Frey-Sohler estate is the story of several generations closely linked to Scherwiller and Alsace wine.  The estate extends over the communal appellation "Scherwiller" and the terroir of the Rittersberg, at the foot of the majestic Ortenbourg castle, which watches over this magnificent vineyard.

The Frey-Sohler estate produces all the grape varieties of Alsace, from Sylvaner to Gewurztraminer, as well as the Appellation Communale "Scherwiller" (Riesling), the Rittersberg wines, the Grand Cru Frankstein, the Crémant d'Alsace, the Vendanges Tardives and the Sélections de Grains Nobles.

Grape Varieties: Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Sylvaner, Muscat, Pinot Blanc

Riesling Tasting Notes:

Typical flavours to look out for include lime, honey, apricot and grapefruit.  Alsace produce tends to be more elegant, dry and full-bodied, with florally citrus characters that make for perfect food pairing wine.

Gerwutrztraminer Tasting Notes:

This wine falls under the Off-dry category, and is known for its exotic aroma and explosion of flavours. Lychees, ortange, gtapefruit, peach, pineapple, ginger, rose petals and that occasional peppery flavvour and arom. 

Food Pairing:

White meats, ceviche, fish and seafood.

The Gewutrztraminer would pair well with sweet and sour cuisine, pte, chicken, strong cheese, fruiyts and cakes.