Domaine Einhart Pur R’aisin Pét-Nat
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Region: Rosenwiller, Alsace, France
Grape varieties: 70% Sylvaner, 30% Gewurtztraminer
Domaine Einhart Pur R’aisin Pét-Nat is a bubbly orange wine of Sylvaner and Gewurztraminer macerated on their skins for four days.
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About Domaine Einhart Pur R’aisin Pét-Nat
Domaine Einhart Pur R’aisin Pét-Nat is a bubbly orange wine of Sylvaner and Gewurztraminer macerated on their skins for four days. Bottles before fermentation ended to produce a method ancestrale style. Aged eight months before disgorgement.
About Domaine Einhart
Like many winemakers, Nicolas Einhart comes from a family (based in Rosenwiller in Alsace) who has worked in the vineyard for a long time. He took over the Einhart estate in 1990, and after considering the consequences of phytosanitary products, he gradually converted the vineyard to organic farming (certified in 2011). He then produces wines without inputs. Here, the passion for wine is transmitted from generation to generation.
In the vineyard, the soils are mainly clay-limestone (muschelkalk and lettenkohle plate). The vines see low pruning, planting of fabaceae and gramineae seedlings to improve soil life and to provide organic nitrogen, use of herbal teas picked on site.
The grapes are harvested by hand early in the morning to keep them fresh. All the different terroirs are vinified separately (stainless steel vats, casks, or barrels) to show their particularities. For the white grapes, the estate has chosen to produce only orange wines (often a short skin contact of a few days). No filtration, flow of juices by gravity, and very little intervention!