Origin: France - Alsace
Grapes: Gewurztraminer 30%, Pinot Gris 30%, Muscat 10%, Riesling 15%, Sylvaner 15%
Process: This delightful orange wine hails from the beautiful Alsace region of France. It is a captivating blend of Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Muscat, Riesling, and Sylvaner grapes, co-macerated for three weeks to achieve a unique character. The result is a wine that offers a savory and acidic touch, making it a delectable choice for any wine enthusiast. Orange Is The New White is often enjoyed as an aperitif and showcases the art of natural winemaking.
Flavor profile: This intriguing wine presents a magnificent array of flavors. Blood orange zest ,rose, ripen white peach and lychee...This wine exudes freshness, tension, and just the right amount of sugar, making it a truly enjoyable orange wine. This is a versatile and appealing choice for wine lovers seeking something out of the ordinary.
About the producer: The André Kleinknecht estate, situated in the picturesque village of Mittelbergheim in Alsace, has a rich history of organic and biodynamic winemaking. Since 1998, the Kleinknecht family has been committed to organic practices, and in 2012, they transitioned to biodynamic farming following the principles of Rudolf Steiner. André Kleinknecht's viticultural philosophy revolves around producing the finest grapes with meticulous care and a deep respect for nature and tradition. The use of horses on some parcels to avoid soil compression and the application of plant decoctions reflect his dedication to preserving the environment. With the Demeter certification and a focus on natural winemaking, Domaine Kleinknecht is at the forefront of sustainable and exceptional wine production.