Although a Jura producer at heart, Alice Bouvat has sourced some Riesling from famed Alsatian producer Philippe Brand. His fruit is grown in the village of Ergersheim, which lies to the West of Strasbourg. In true Octavin style, the fruit macerates for five weeks as whole bunches to draw out the skinsy texture. The result is a wine of orange hue, which evoques ethereal pleasure with its lashings of tropical fruit and exotic spice. This will really stand up to stinky cheese such as Alsace's own Munster. No additions of sulphur, so keep it cool in the cellar and drink when you're next thirsty.