Situated in the Soultzmatt Valley
"Toasty and spicy, but with tons of golden-fruit character and a slug of exotic aromas, this is a dramatic Alsace dry riesling that pushes the region’s classic style to the limit, but the exciting, lemony acidity keeps it on track at the expressive finish."
|Fermentation||slow fermentation (natural yeast) and maturation on fine lees|
|Date of harvest||17th October 2018|
|Residual Sugar||1 gramme / litre|
|Acidity||7,2 grammes / litre|
|Alcohol||13,5 % / volume|
A steep south-facing hillside, the grand cru Zinnkoepflé overlooks the Soultzmatt valley. Its soil consists mainly of sandstone and shellfish limestone.
Riesling and gewurztraminer are two emblematic varieties of this terroir. They are distinguished by aerial and elegant wines. The notes of small wild herbs and minerality are his signature.
Average age of the vines : 10 years