The first bottle of Domaine Mersiol dates back to 1946 and since then their production has been characterized by careful cultivation respecting nature until obtaining organic certification in 2006.
Inside this Domaine everything takes place slowly to preserve the life cycle of the vine, the biological approach not only favors a production of grapes in a natural way but also preserves all the biodiversity of the territory.
The desire to make wines in a natural way is based on the need for plants, soil and man to coexist in the simplest possible world respecting each other.
The Gewurztraminer Bio obtained from organic and vegan friendly grapes, encompasses all the company philosophy starting from a manual harvest until you get to a slow fermentation that follows the natural times of the grapes.
A full-bodied white, whose freshness is slightly more discreet than other Alsatian vines.
Absolutely to try for lovers of this grape variety.
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Le note del bouquet rimandano ai classici sentori vegetali della varietà, arricchiti da piacevoli sentori di spezie dolci, frutta matura e caramello.
Morbido e avvolgente, conquista il palato con un sorso caldo e fruttato, che sfocia in un bel finale dai tratti sapidi.
Ottimo con formaggi stagionati e piatti speziati
0,75 L Standard
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Chiarificazione statica a freddo per 48 ore dopo la pressatura. Fermentazione lenta e controllata in acciaio inox tra i 15 e i 18 °C per 1 mese.
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Name: Domaine Mersiol Start-up year: 1946 Cultivated hectares: 12 Address: 13 Route du Vin - Dambach-la-Ville (France) Web Site: www.domaine-mersiol.fr
Located on the hillsides of Dambach-la-ville in the Alsace region of northeastern France, the Mersiol family heritage dates back to the 18th century. The first bottle hase been sold in 1946.
In 1960, the Estate was expended with the marriage of Guy Mersiol to Anne-Lise Ruhlmann whose family owned an adjoining Estate. These wines are now sold as Domaine Mersiol.
12 hectares are now planted; 3.5 of which are classified as Grand Cru Frankstein. All wines are Estate grown, vinified and bottled.
Joined by their son Stéphane in 2000, the Estate is now cultivated on an organic way (started in 2006) to extract the delicate minerality from our terroir made out of granite.
Christophe, the other son, joined the domaine in 2006 in order to develop the natioanal and international sales. Now 35% of our production is sold overseas (Japan, Belgium, Italy, Denmark, USA, Sweden...).
Our parents can now have a rest to look after their 3 grandchildren (Léna, Hylésia and Lucile).