Style: White Wine
Alcohol Content: 12% Alcohol by Volume
Sub-Region or Appellation: Bad Durkeim
Viticulture: Certified Biodynamic
Age of Vines: 6 year old
Soils: Sandy Loess
Elevation: 400 feet
Vinification: Direct Press
Aging: Aged 6 months on lees in old barriques
Fining or Filtering: None
Grauburgunder from young vines grown in sandy loess soils. The Scheuermann brothers act as little as possible in the vine and wine cycles to emphasize as much layered character and uniqueness as possible with each wine.
The sandy loess soils give a more balanced style, with a little bit more extract, a lightness and creaminess, sometimes showing an earthy minerality.
Aged for just 6 months on the lees to create a wine that’s salty, fluffy, and fresh with a fine acidic backbone.