Mostly Pinot Noir grown on Mosel's famously steep, slate soils, plus a touch of Cabernet and Merlot from some of the only plantings in the region. Everything is organically grown and hand harvested. A portion of the grapes are direct pressed, with the remaining undergoing a short maceration resulting in a beautifully vibrant pink color. Aged for a few months in stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness and acidity.
A zippy rosé, and a completely new and unique expression of Mosel slate. Shimmering in the glass it bursts with tart raspberry, bing cherry, rhubarb, rose and a hint of pink peppercorn on the nose. The palate is bone dry and bristling with crisp red fruits and crackling acidity. Easily one of the most mineral-driven rosés I have ever tasted. Summer's ultimate thirst-quenching wine.