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Wine Region: Alsace - Bollenberg - France
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir.
Tasting notes: "From the long-awaited red wine super vintage, the 2018 Pinot Noir Bollenberg is beautifully intense yet fine and charming on the nose, with perfectly ripe dark cherry and berry aromas intertwined with toasty notes and the limestone finesse of the Bollenberg terroir. This is a noble and seductive bouquet that makes you want to take a sip immediately. Silky, refined and elegant on the palate, with intense and well-concentrated, perfectly ripe fruit that is wrapped with very fine tannins and delicate acidity, this is a gorgeous Alsace Pinot Noir that is perfect to drink now, but it can be aged for at least a decade. Highly recommended. Tasted in May 2020." Stephan Reinhardt, The Wine Advocate
Expert Rating: Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 93/100.
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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