Overall quality of the vintage: very good. Some excellent wines, still good now
Overall quality of the vintage: fairly good.
Production is plentiful but quality only averages as a result of rot. Not a great vintage.
A good year. While not rivalling the fame of the historic vintages, these wines can hold their head up.
"This year was blessed," says Charles Hobel in Kientzheim, summing up an outstanding and bumper crop. Giving 85.7 hectolitres per hectare, it is the biggest since 1934.
As often with years ending in 0 (1920, 1960, 1980), 1950 saw cold, wet weather, producing wines ranging from dry to soft, rarely sweet.
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