[ Alsace – France ]


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Some 20km south of Colmar in the tiny village of Bergholtz (population of about 1,000 people) we find one of the great undiscovered producers of Alsace – Domaine Loberger – whose 20 acres of vineyards are spread across 3 communes: Guebwiller, Bergholtz et Bergholtz-Zell. The Loberger family history as wine growers dates back to the 1600s, but it wasn’t until 1984 that Jean-Jacques Loberger began producing wines from the family vineyards. Our first connection with Jean-Jacques at a tasting in Bordeaux introduced us not only to the magic of these wines, but to his passion and enthusiasm for producing natural wines of distinction that speak to the truest interpretation of terroir. From hand harvesting to the exclusion of synthetic fertilizers and sprays to minimal intervention in the cellar, this collection of wines truly reflects the ideals of handcraftsmanship and artisanal winemaking.

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Pinot Gris