A beautiful orange robe on a huge, über-aromatic wine... Palate: length, power, balanced by fine bitter notes.
Bruno Schueller, a man whose wine style has earned him a great following... Meanwhile, young vignerons come to him from all over France asking to be learn under him. From Paul Gillet and Vincent Marie to Kenjiro Kagami. Bruno has 10 hectares of vines, and his cellar is located in the commune of Husseren-les-Châteaux. Bruno is above all known for his Pinots Noirs made in an incredible, natural oxidative style. The wines may be alarming when one picks up their first glass, but by the end, most people don’t want to let the bottle go! The most incredible cuvée produced on the estate must be his Pinot Noir "Chant des Oiseaux". It is produced from a parcel only 6 ares in size – yes, 600 m2, basically a garden – and certain years, if the harvest is just 20 litres or so short, there won’t be enough wine to fill a barrel, and Chant des Oiseaux won’t be produced. It’s a wine cheeky individuals often slip into blind tastings of top Burgundies to see the stunned reactions...
A rather conventional Gewurztraminer with its aromas of rose, lychee, pear, and complex, mineral notes... The palate is mineralesque, with a hint of residual sugars that makes this bottle all too easy to slurp down... Dangerously irresistible!