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Vines Pinot Grigio ( %)
Philosophy Biodynamic Wines

Color: Deep straw yellow color

Smell: The aromatic profile declines fresh quince, pear and linden, with small empireumatic notes.

Taste: In the mouth, the body is first full. So liveliness takes over accompanied by a beautiful structure. This beautiful balance between sweetness and acidity leads to a persistent and luminous finish.

Pairings: It goes perfectly with white meats, poultry and cooked cheeses. It accompanies with joy a mushroom risotto, a sautéed porcino, a lamb navarin, a grilled salmon or tuna, a duck with peaches or accompanied by a slightly sweet and salty preparation.

Clos des Capucins: gravelly ground, sandy soil on a pebble base. Flat terroir at the entrance to the valley, it is well protected from the winds by the surrounding hills. It benefits from very rapid heating of the soil thanks to the stony structure of its surface and produces wines of previous maturity compared to other terroirs.

Harvest and Vinification:

The manual harvest was delayed until the optimal maturity of the grapes was reached, which strengthens both the structure and the aromatic expression of the wines. Selection of very ripe grapes. Soft and slow pressing in whole bunches, in pneumatic presses, fermentation by indigenous yeasts in old oak barrels.

 

Domaine Weinbach

The Domaine Weinbach is located at the foot of the Schlossberg hill, the first Alsatian terroir to be classified as a Grand Cru in 1975. It is located in the village of Kaysersberg northwest of Colmar, on what was the ancient Clos des Capucines, dated 1612, considered after the French Revolution "national asset" and purchased by the Faller family in 1898. Among those who have distinguished themselves in the enhancement of the Alsatian terroirs and for the promotion of the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée we find Théo Faller whose activity, today, is perpetuated by his daughter Catherine who manages the estate with her children Théo and Eddy. The domaine extends over a vineyard area of ​​28 hectares worked in biodynamic and its terroirs bring together the exceptional geological (granite, limestone-chalky marl and limestone) and topological complexity of the territory. The vineyards, in addition to the favorable microclimate typical of the Kaysersberg valley, enjoy excellent sunshine due to their positioning on the best slopes. Each terroir gives the wines of Domaine Weinbach its personality by giving

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