Selection de Grains Nobles

Sélection des Grains Nobles (SGN) wines are rarer, due to a bunch by bunch harvest, with minimum sugar levels stipulated at 256 grams per litre for Riesling and 279 grams per litre for Gewürztraminer and Pinot Gris. It is a step up from Vendange Tardive, where the grapes have reached even higher sugar levels. The harvest may contain a proportion of grapes affected by botrytis (noble rot).

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Sélection des Grains Nobles (SGN) is a particular classification for Alsace wines signifying wines made from grapes affected by noble rot.

Sélection des Grains Nobles (SGN) wines are rarer, due to a bunch by bunch harvest, with minimum sugar levels stipulated at 256 grams per litre for Riesling and 279 grams per litre for Gewürztraminer and Pinot Gris. 

Sélection des Grains Nobles is a further step up from Vendange Tardive, where the grapes have reached even higher sugar levels. The harvest may contain a proportion of grapes affected by botrytis, or noble rot. 

SGN wines are sweet, yet the concentration and the degree of sweetness varies from producer to producer.

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