The Steinstuck is a Lieu-Dit located above the village of Westhalten that gives racy wines, fresh and marked by mineral notes, chalk or wet rock.
"Nose with beautiful vegetal notes, concentrated matter, acidity well in place, very nice salinity in place."
|Fermentation||slow fermentation (natural yeast) and maturation on fine lees|
|Date of harvest||7th September 2022|
|Residual Sugar||1 gramme / litre|
|Acidity||8,5 grams / litre|
|Alcohol||12,5% / volume|
The limestone soil and its sheltered location give the wines of this terroir a strong personality. They are racy, fresh and marked by mineral, chalk or wet rock notes, on grape varieties as different as sylvaner, riesling or muscat.
The sylvaner plot was planted in the 1950s by René Muré and his grandfather. A real family story!
Average age of vines : 55 years
The minerality of this Sylvaner is a perfect echo to a tray of oysters or vegetables in vinaigrette.
In the same style