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A crisp, fruity and incredibly dry white from the uniquely Alsatian white variety called Auxerrois. This is a rare old vine expression, with the plantings being over 45 years old. Domaine Albert Mann began practicing biodynamic agriculture in 1997 and they're certified organic since 2000. Hand-harvest grapes, no additives uses, natural fermentation... just good grape juice.
From the mouth of the importer (Weygandt-Metzler):
"The Barthelmé brothers, viticulturist Maurice and winemaker Jacky were awarded Winemakers of the Year 2012, by Revue de Vin de France. They are also rated by Wine Advocate, Robert Parker in the top tier of Alsace producers. Given a three-star rating in The Classement by Revue du Vin de France, Domaine Albert Mann is now heralded the world over. From the Pinot Auxerrois, through all of their expressive Grand Crus, to their rich, Selection Grains Noble, they portray their unique style consistently; beautiful delineation of flavors, precise textures, never heavy, clumsy or out of balance. Using the best organic methods, their domain is guided by biodynamic practices, with carefully controlled yields to obtain grapes of elevated maturity with rich and complex substance."