Ginglinger Pinot Noir Selection

Jean-François Ginglinger lost 95% of his fruit to downy mildew, which tore through Southern Alsace following a warm and wet Winter. A staunch idealist with no intuitive business savvy, Jean decided to work with the remaining 5% rather than beef up his production with purchased fruit. As such this is super limited stuff.

A mix of the crus of Sandstein and Steiner - earthy, crunchy, minerally Pinot that rivals any great Burgundy.