There are certain parts of the world that are intrinsically linked with winemaking. Bordeaux, Marlborough and Champagne are all regions that instantly make us think of rich reds, fruity whites and crisp sparkling wines. But one lesser-known region that’s home to just as much heritage and quality than these vinous heavyweights is Alsace. With a huge variety of styles, bottles meant to be drunk young, vintages which sit in cellars for years and wines perfect for nearly every occasion, it’s an incredible place for anyone even remotely interested in wine. Read on to learn more about the most common styles of wines made in Alsace, what foods they go with and when to enjoy them.