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Anders Frederik Steen Let’s Go Disco Rosé

$42.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: Ardèche, France
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape varieties: Who knows? Anders does but he’s not telling.

Let’s Go Disco Rosé by Anders Frederik Steen is an unknown zero/zero field blend of shake your booty goodness. Limited production, grab it!

Song: Hey Ya! by Outkast

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About Anders Frederik Steen Let’s Go Disco Rosé

Let’s Go Disco Rosé by Anders Frederik Steen is an unknown zero/zero field blend of shake your booty goodness. Limited production, grab it!

About Anders Frederik Steen

Anders Frederik Steen

makes wine from “grapes and only grapes”. He’s been doing this since 2013 when he first started buying fruit from winemakers he admired. He first made wine alongside legendary Jura vigneron, Jean-Marc Brignot.

Anders and his family have now settled in the beautiful village of Valvignères in the Ardèche. He grows grapes and makes wine at his friends Jocelyne & Gérald Oustric’s farm, Le Mazel. It is a beautiful spot on the slope of a wide, open valley. The many varieties grown here thrive on a perfect mix of clay and limestone. The vineyards are full of life, having been organic for decades.

In his previous life, Anders was both a chef and sommelier. He worked at the best restaurants in his native Denmark. First as a sommelier at Noma, later opening Manfreds and Relae. This experience informs his winemaking in that he does not seek to follow rules and doesn’t feel the need to do the same thing every year. Instead, as he harvests he tastes the grapes and begins to imagine the kind of wine he might be able to make. It is a logical, creative approach, and the results speak for themselves.

Anders’ wines come from red grapes which are either direct pressed or destemmed by hand. The white grapes see pressing in a beautiful old wooden press. Any blending happens during the harvest. The different varieties always ferment together, outside under the open sky. The wines are unfined, unfiltered, with no additions. They are thoughtful, original expressions of this part of the Ardèche.