Sylvaner is gently pressed and is then aged in old Meursault barrels on the lees for 18 months. Soft and balanced, creamy with a smooth green almond note. Pierre says the wine is made in the vineyard he is a very good farmer who focuses on the health of the soil.
The Arnold’s winemaking roots run deep in Dambach-la-Ville (pun intended). The family has been making wine since 1711, Pierre taking over in 1985 and has been certified organic since 2009. The family's eight hectares of vines sit on a mixture of granite and various types of mica that retain heat and let water filter through. Alsace had a very tough year, many producers lost the majority of their grapes, so we can always feels grateful when drinking good wine.