Alsace


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a region of northeastern France famous for its wines

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According to Galey, the cultural uniqueness of Alsace is traced to historical changes that have integrated a mix of culture, dialects and cuisine.
Thirteen months after the keel laying of the first block, the FREMM DA Alsace is released from the construction form of the Naval Group site of Lorient.
The chef that the French embassy invited to Manila was Nicolas Stamm of La Fourchette des Ducs in Obernai, Alsace, which has already achieved two Michelin stars.
I think it's the white grape varieties used and their tendency to carry a little extra richness and sugar in Alsace that make the difference: Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris in particular.
Like in Alsace and Tuscany, JSwinetours also knows its way around Burgundy.
The names on the labels all sound German too and the most popular Alsace grape variety is Riesling.
Alsace is a fabulous region studded with many fairy tale villages and towns.
"I'm not saying that simply because I'm in Germany," he said, before correcting himself to say: "I'm in Alsace."
He added: "I'm not saying that simply because I'm in Germany," before correcting himself to say: "I'm in Alsace."
The unit in Alsace, east of France, has been sold to Eiffage Travaux Publics and Holcim France, while the Swiss operations were bought by Holcim Switzerland.
There are three good reasons to feature Alsace. First, it produces some of the best whites on this planet.
ALSACE Lorraine ran an excellent race in defeat at the Royal meeting and can gain compensation back at Ascot tomorrow.
Alsace to the Alsatians?; visions and divisions of Alsatian regionalism, 1870-1939.
BLESSED with an exceptional natural beauty, it seems only fitting that the fragrant wines from the idyllic Alsace region in north-east France are dressed in distinctive and elegant bottle shapes.