Located in Rouffach, the Clos Saint Landelin fully owned by the Muré family, covers an area of 12 hectares (29 acres)
Fruity but with freshness, this wine evokes citrus and peach. It is sweet and candied. The final presents a beautiful liqueur combined with minerality.
|Fermentation||slow fermentation (natural yeast) and maturation on fine lees|
|Date of harvest||17th October 2017|
|Residual Sugar||108 grammes / litre|
|Acidity||6,1 grammes / litre|
|Alcohol||12 % / volume|
|Grape variety||Pinot Gris|
|Terroir||Clos Saint Landelin|
The vine :
Located in Rouffach, the Clos Saint Landelin, fully owned by the Muré family, covers an area of 12 hectares (29 acres). It marks the southern end of the Grand Cru Vorbourg. Located at the exit of the valley, it is exposed to the south and benefits from a good amount of sunshine until late in the afternoon. The north and south-west winds ensure that the vines remain healthy until harvest time.
In order to make the late harvest, the grapes are sorted: the grapes are kept over-ripe, with passerillage or presence of noble rot (Botrytis Cinerea). These grapes are concentrated in aromas but also in sugar. They give powerful wines, rich in aromas.
Average agre of vines : 40 years
This wine can be enjoyed alone anytime or as an aperitif. It is also a perfect match with foie gras, desert or strong cheese.