The plateau above the Clos Saint Landelin is called "Lutzeltal". The origin of the name is "lutzel" or "litzel (small) and "val" (valley)
Very charming nose, notes of very ripe yellow fruits, concentrated matter balanced by a lively and spinning acidity, digestible finish with a saline presence.
|slow fermentation (natural yeast) and maturation on fine lees
|Date of harvest
|13th September 2022
|5,4 grammes / litre
Located above the Clos Saint Landelin, the Lutzeltal is a rather dry site, with little clay limestone soil and well exposed to winds. This makes it a terroir well suited to the grape varieties of the pinot family. Pinot Gris expresses a straight structure and exotic aromas. Pinot Noir is spicy, with velvety and gourmet tannins.
Average age of vines : 40 years
Foie gras or pressed cheeses are a perfect match for the fruity Pinot Gris Lutzeltal.
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