The Dönnhoff family roots in the Nahe region date back to 1761—meaning that the family’s been pioneering the landscapes of this magical region for over 250 years! Fruit for this wine comes from decomposed argillaceous slate soils and is vinified in a variety of steel and used oak. Zesty, refreshing, and incredibly mineral driven, this wine promises to please fans of high-acid whites everywhere (seriously, we mean it).
Sustainable and dry-farmed vineyards, native yeast fermentation, and minimal intervention. History and family-owned estate. Fair’n Green certified.
Whether new to Gruner Veltliner or a longtime fan of the grape, this exquisite expression from Hirsch promises to please. Hailing from Austria’s famed Kamptal region, fruit for this wine is grown in calcareous and loamy soils, which is responsible for the structured, mineral-driven backbone of the wine (AKA, what we love about it so much!) This our go-to with sushi. It also pairs well with Thai food or anything with a little spice.
Organic and biodynamically-farmed vineyards, family-owned estate, slow fermented with native yeasts, and vinified entirely in steel.
This Pinot is perfectly balanced. With regards to Burgundian Pinot Noir, this wine is rather Volnay-like, and finishes with stony minerality and soft tannins.
Sustainable farming practices and only 92 cases produced.
Sourced from one of the emblematic vineyards of Meursault ‘Les Charmes,’ this is a rich, powerful, and aromatic wine. The vineyard is very well tendered and delivers beautiful grapes, caviar like in size, even in challenging weather conditions.
Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered.