Alsatian Pinot is classically more rustic and spicier than its heralded Burgundian brethren, and this is no different. It's positively alive in the glass. Fleshy red fruits jump out, acid is right on and there's some added smoky complexity for those looking for it. Banging. Drink chilled.
Region/Country: Alsace, France
Grape/s: Pinot Noir
Production Method: Organic/biodynamic farming. Hand harvested and destemmed grapes undergo a intracellular fermentation (juice still inside the berry) from gravity whilst macerating for a week, before being pressed to tank for maturation.
Style: Ripe and rustic with fragrant aromatics and refreshing presence.