Name of the French wine growing region Alsace. Alsace (or Vin d'Alsace) is also the name of the region's extensive appellation. The other two AOC are Alsace Grand Cru and for the sparkling wines Crémant d'Alsace. These wines account for around 75% of production. Most of them are varietal wines made from 100% of a variety indicated on the label. In the absence of this indication, it is a cuvée of different varieties. The AOC designation consists of Alsace and the following variety or wine type name, for example "Alsace Riesling". The yield is limited to a maximum of 80 hl/h, for Pinot Noir to 75 hl/h.