The plateau above the Clos Saint Landelin is called "Lutzeltal". The origin of the name is "lutzel" or "litzel (small) and "val" (valley)
Shiny ruby-red colour. It displays a gourmet nose, with vanilla and chocolate notes followed by cherry and redcurrant. The mouth is fresh. The aromas of cherry and redcurrant come together with a nice heartiness and a beautiful length.
|Date of harvest||28th August 2020|
|Residual Sugar||less than 1 gramme / litre|
|Acidity||5,9 grammes / litre|
|Grape variety||Pinot Noir|
|Vinification||Maturing in barrels (50% whole bunches)|
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