Albert Hertz Riesling 2013 Vieilles Vignes
  • Albert Hertz Riesling 2013 Vieilles Vignes

Albert Hertz Riesling 2013 Vieilles Vignes

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Technical Info

Region : Alsace

Appellation : Alsace 

Vintage : 2013

Varietal : 100% Riesling

Biodynamic

Estate : Since 1979, we have turned towards authentic and sustainable viticulture, and the old vines are preserved. Convinced that the terroir brand in our wines is directly linked to the soil life, the first composts were applied in 1982. After the discovery of great wines produced in biodynamics, our qualitative results of the years 1990-2000 (various international trophies and the Title of winemaker of the year in 1993) are no longer up to our expectations. In 2002, new trainings, visits, discoveries; Certain ancestral and empirical practices find their explanation and their extension in biodynamics. In 1982, Domaine Albert Hertz gradually reduced and eliminated the use of fertilizers and chemicals. He adapted the soil, the vineyard and all its environment to his philosophy: Produce authentic wines that express the grape variety, the terroir from which they come, with natural means and, since 2006, Albert Hertz has taken the step of the method of culture in biodynamics. The harvest remains manual and the traditional winemaking in oak barrels is complemented by the most recent vinification techniques. Biodynamics allows natural creativity that can be transcended by all who perceive, feel; Earth and wine become a living organism. The complicity of Man and his respect for natural balances give rise to naturally more stable, tasty, mineral, saline and expressive wines, reflections of their terroir and in perfect harmony. Albert Hertz has taken the step of the biodynamic culture method. The harvest remains manual and the traditional winemaking in oak barrels is complemented by the most recent vinification techniques. Biodynamics allows natural creativity that can be transcended by all who perceive, feel; Earth and wine become a living organism. The complicity of Man and his respect for natural balances give rise to naturally more stable, tasty, mineral, saline and expressive wines, reflections of their terroir and in perfect harmony. Albert Hertz has taken the step of the biodynamic culture method. The harvest remains manual and the traditional winemaking in oak barrels is complemented by the most recent vinification techniques. Biodynamics allows natural creativity that can be transcended by all who perceive, feel; Earth and wine become a living organism. The complicity of Man and his respect for natural balances give rise to naturally more stable, tasty, mineral, saline and expressive wines, reflections of their terroir and in perfect harmony. Biodynamics allows natural creativity that can be transcended by all who perceive, feel; Earth and wine become a living organism. The complicity of Man and his respect for natural balances give rise to naturally more stable, tasty, mineral, saline and expressive wines, reflections of their terroir and in perfect harmony. Biodynamics allows natural creativity that can be transcended by all who perceive, feel; Earth and wine become a living organism. The complicity of Man and his respect for natural balances give rise to naturally more stable, tasty, mineral, saline and expressive wines, reflections of their terroir and in perfect harmony.

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