Alsace has the reputation of being the only French wine region to produce varietal wines that state the grape variety on their label. Sounds pretty simple, right? But, as with France’s complex grammar rules and head-butt-free record in World Cup finals, exceptions abound: this “magical blend” spotlights Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois, and Riesling, plus a splash of noble Pinot Gris from the grand cru Sommerberg. Picture yourself frolicking with your lover in a grassy meadow in the Vosges Mountains, surrounded by wildflowers in bloom and chirping birdies overhead, with the steady murmur of a brook running through the forest in the background. This perfumed dry white is the next best thing.