Stunning. Rich, off-dry and laced with smoke, apricot, honey and mineral aromas and flavours, all backed by a vibrant structure. This transcends the grape variety, revealing the stamp of the earth where it was grown. Beautifully expressed. 

Terroir: When leaving the Munster valley, overlooking the town of Turckheim, this Grand Cru boasts intense sunshine. Located on the Ribeauvillé fault mosaic, facing south and south-east, it extends up to an altitude of 380 meters. Brand is a complex labyrinth of rocks laying on a granite substrate, rocks composed of quartz, feldspar and mica, providing sandy and coarse soil. Turckheim granite has remarkable homogeneity and is made up of two variably small mica layers. This subsoil type has heating effects on the roots, enhancing the good ripening of grapes and malic acid combustion. It also creates a microclimate from the heat stored on the surface by its small rocks. In the central part of the Grand Cru, granite rock is topped with a layer of arena 5 to 8 meters thick, allowing the root system to grow very deep. The soil is acid, limestone-free with very little clay. It is very poor in loam and is mostly composed of sand.

Age of the vines: 40 years old

Vinification: The grapes were handpicked, and whole-bunch pressed very slowly and gently in pneumatic presses over 5-8 hours. Natural fermentation with indigenous yeasts. Ages in stainless steel or big oak barrel depending on the vintage. 

  • White
  • Pinot Gris
  • France, Alsace
  • Domaine Josmeyer
  • Dry
  • Ready to Drink And Will Improve