50% Riesling50% Pinot Gris
"Notes from Bernard Bohn on the personality of this orange wine: I unveil myself through a wild nature in a complex and surprising aromatic palette. I start with notes of griotte cherries and pomelos. Once aerated, I open myself to bitter orange chutney and caramel sustained with my tannins and the finest acidity. I can be paired with tapas, flavoured gambas or couscous. The wines labeled ""Par Nathur"" are vinified and bottled entirely without SO2. Nathur is an amalgam of nature (as in vin nature) and Arthur (Bernard's son who has pushed for sans soufre vinification)"
Vines planted in1960s
Vineyard sizePlanted 5260 vines/hectare
PruningGuyot avec arcure
ExpositionSouth, South East
Fermentation with native yeasts. Maceration during 4 weeks with 80% whole clusters and 20% destemmed grapes.
Elevage8 months in Alsacian old oak foudre on fine lees. Elevage in bottles at the domaine.
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Total production average1300 bottles