Heisse Wanne is located on a sandy-clay-sandstone terroir. This parcel is essentially based on a Vosges sandstone substratum of the Buntsandstein, giving rise to deep, reddish sandy-clay soils. deep, reddish sandy-clay soils. The parcel located next to the Grand Cru Saering is composed of limestone conglomerates from the Oligocene and sandstone erosion of the Buntsandstein.
Pressing of whole grapes. Native yeast. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks and maturation on lees in 150 year old tuns.
Perfectly dry, direct, taut, fruity, floral and well-honed produced from 60% Grand Cru Saering.
"Jean Dirler and his wife Ludivine, sensitive and experienced winegrowers, are at the helm of this estate, which was founded in 1871 and has been handed down from father to son for five generations. estate founded in 1871, handed down from father to son for five generations and biodynamic since 1998. Whatever the of the wines, their density and maturity have never been so good: an impressive range of great dry whites impressive range of great dry whites culminates in the magnificent expressions of the Spiegel grands crus, Kessler, Saering, Kitterlé, which must be discovered, and which are named after the 4 elements (fire, air, earth, water). This very discreet house offers a remarkable welcome, and many wines are available in older vintages. The wines have never been so intense and accomplished.