A Domaine handed down from father to son in which the adoption of biodynamics allows the creation of wines in full respect of nature, preserving the qualities of the terroir.
This is the Marc Kreydenweiss estate, now run by his son Antoine, where famous Alsatian wines are born not only in France but all over the world.
Among the most successful labels, which are designed by different artists every year, we find the Crémant d'Alsazia elaborated with an assembly of Pinot Blanc and Pinot Auxerrois. The vines are located on the 'Les Charmes' land, in the town of Eichhoffen, at the exit of the Andlau valley. The ferruginous, clayey, stony and quartz-rich terroir allows Pinot Blanc and Pinot Auxerrois to reveal their fruity and delicious aromas.
A Crémant from Alsace without dosage and without adding sulfur, which seduces for finesse and freshness.
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Giallo paglierino brillante.
Regala delicati sentori di frutta fresca (pera e pesca), di frutta secca (nocciole) e di fiori bianchi e gialli.
Si sviluppa con morbidezza, mostrando al contempo una bella spalla acida e una netta tenuta minerale. Elegante e armonico.
Un Crémant da proporre durante un aperitivo, accompagnato da formaggi di capra e sushi
0,75 L Standard
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Name: Domaine Marc Kreydenweiss Address: 12, rue Deharbe - Andlau (France) Web Site: www.kreydenweiss.com
Before the French Revolution, part of the vines of the Domaine belonged to the Abbey of Andlau that at that time was run by an abbess. The buildings of the Abbey still exist. It's a spendid Romanesque Church located in front of our cellar. Another part of the vines belonged to the Abbey of Altdorf, now entirely in ruins, located in Eochhoffen, a neighbouring village.
During the 16th Century, with the arrival to Andlau of many nobles and merchants attracted by the artistica development promoted by Abbey, a strong wine activity was established in Andlau. Our ancestors worked both as millers and vine growers. The mill was operated until the beginning of the 20th Century. The current house was built towards the beginning of the 17th Century after the Peasant Revolt. Our Cellar have the only vestige left of the Kastelberg chapel, a column from the 12th Century.