A super pretty and fairly rich pet nat, pleasant aromatics with notes of juicy raspberry. A hint of RS makes this incredibly quaffable. No added sulfur.
50% Pinot Noir and 50% Pinot Gris from sandstone soils. The Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris and that macerate on the skins for six hours before pressing. The juice ferments for a few months and is bottled before finishing so the wine has enough sugar to consume, trapping the CO2 in the bottle.
The Durrmann is located in the town of Andlau, which was settled in the year 880 by a monastery of nuns, a place where grapes have been cultivated for more than a thousand years. They farm 10 hectares total and have been certified organic since 1998. The Durrmann’s treat the estate as an ecosystem with everything living in harmony using permaculture practices. The sheep grazing the field acting as a natural fertilizer, the trees planted around the vineyard acts as a natural umbrella.