The vinification is in harmony with the work done in the vineyard. The grapes are picked by hand at the grapes are picked by hand at optimum ripeness, resulting in concentrated, saline wines with a beautiful minerality and great elegance. Slow pressing of the whole grapes in pneumatic presses for 8 to 10 hours. Alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks. Fermentation temperatures are controlled between 15 and 22°C. Aged on lees for 10 months before bottling.
From the stony part of the Grand Cru Spiegel registered Stein. Nose of lemon blossoms, mixture of medicinal herbs. A pure, racy, fresh and vibrant wine.
"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.