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Domaine Gross's Pinot Noir 2016 is made from Pinot Noir grapes on calcaro sandstone terroir grown according to the principles of biodynamic viticulture. They are harvested by hand, destemmed and macerated in whole berries for 26 days before being pressed. Fermentation is then carried out naturally using indigenous yeasts. The wine is then aged for 12 months in new and old barrels and bottled without any filtration or addition of sulphite.
This Pinot Noir d'Alsace reveals intense fruity notes brought by the maceration of whole berries, accompanied by liquorice and roasted notes. The palate is an explosion of very ripe cherries, it is full and greedy with a nice freshness and a salty touch on the finish.
A great gastronomic wine that will be sublimated with game in sauce or spicy dishes.
Domaine Gross is located in the heart of Alsace, a few kilometres from Colmar, in the commune of Gueberschwihr. It is a family estate, taken over in 1980 by Rémy and Vincent from their parents. It is in a family spirit that Rémy and Vincent cultivate today the 10 hectares of vineyard managed in biodynamics.
The biodynamic Pinot Noir grapes for this cuvée come from calcaro sandstone soils. Picked whole, then destemmed and carefully sorted by hand, the grapes are then macerated for 26 days before being pressed and fermented naturally with indigenous yeasts. The wine will then be aged for 12 months in new and old barrels, then bottled without filtration or addition of sulphite.
The maceration of the whole grapes gives the wine a great aromatic power with notes of ripe and candied cherries, liquorice and roasted notes brought by the barrel.
This is a wine of great gastronomy that will sublimate game, meats in sauce and spicy dishes.