Stein forms part of the hill of Bollenberg which overlooks 4 Alsatian villages and is perfect for quality single site Gewürztraminer. This is picked later so, while not quite full dessert style, is considerably sweeter and richer than Meyer’s standard Gewürztraminer. That core of sweet lychee and guava is immediate, and there’s a full-bodied feel to the wine which adds to the overall complex nature, and those spiced rose petals on the finish are just sublime. It’s a powerful bottle and we highly recommend you drink it with food, probably towards the end of the meal than the beginning! All manner of cheeses are great with this stuff, but it’s also great with a good Tarte Tatin, or a variety of other fruit pastry dishes.