Lindenlaub En Liberté Pet Nat
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Region: Dorlisheim, Alsace, France
Grape varieties: Pinot Gris
Lindenlaub En Liberté Pet Nat is a sparkling pinot gris with all the charisma and vibrancy of Christophe Lindenlaub himself. Bright and ripe.
Song: Frenchy the Tickler by Johnny K. Killens & The Dynamite
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About Lindenlaub En Liberté Pet Nat
Lindenlaub En Liberté Pet Nat is a sparkling pinot gris with all the charisma and vibrancy of Christophe Lindenlaub himself. Bright, ripe white peaches and pithy grapefruit meld together with elegant minerality to create an utterly irresistible picnic / apéro / meal-time / dessert pairing. Kota, the darling Shiba Inu featured on the label, is eager for you to try it as he gears up for the school year!
The Lindenlaub wines smack of so much life they might have you believe the domaine is fresh on the scene. Yet Christophe Lindenlaub’s roots speak to a long lineage of Alsatian farming—spanning all the way back to 1759 in the large village of Dorlisheim in the Bas-Rhin, located along the Alsace wine route about 20 km to the west and a touch south of Strasbourg.
In the 70s, Christophe’s father Jacques decided to start bottling the family’s wines. At the time, they were still raising livestock such as cows on their estate and it wasn’t until 1986 that they plunged fully into winemaking. Christophe arrived on the scene in 1999 to work alongside his father and forge a defined path for the domaine. In 2009, they concluded that organic was the way to go, making it official with certification in 2012.
Healthy grapes are only half the story. In 2014, Christophe decided to forgo sulfur in the cellar, and his lineup now offers a taste of his personality: unfined, unfiltered, and brimming with energy. Christophe’s exuberance translates to each bottle. Think of him as a French version of the Fantastic Mr. Fox — constantly singing, dancing, lobbing riddles over your head — and you’ll understand his wines. They shimmer, delight, and elude quick definition, yielding instead to the zen ENSO circle which orbits each label.