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Wine Region: Alsace - Bollenberg - France
Grape: Pinot Noir 60% - Pinot Gris 40%.
Tasting notes: Elegant and delicate bouquet, with aromas of red fruits, spices, flowers and fine, silky tannins.
"A deliberately pale, delicate and fresh pinot noir with tons of orange peel character, just a hint of tannin supporting the medium body. To be drunk slightly chilled, it is a unique expression of the grape with a lot of subtlety and a pronounced minerality on the long and lively finish." James Suckling
Expert Rating: James Suckling 92/100
About the winery: Marie Zusslin and her brother, Jean-Paul, began working alongside their father, Jean-Marie, and grandfather, Valentin, in 2000. For ten years the three generations worked together in the same house/winery established by their ancestors in 1671.
Today, Marie and Jean-Paul share the lead responsibilities in the cellar and the vineyard following the holistic approach established by their father, whom began practicing biodynamic farming in 1997.
The Zusslins farm a number of terroirs close to their home village of Orschwihr: Clos Liebenberg, Bollenberg, and Pfingstberg. Their concern for nature creates beautiful wines full of vitality.
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