Husband and wife team Jean Dirler and Ludivine Cadé make biodynamic wines on their estate in Bergholtz, Alsace. They are part of five generations of winemakers dating back to 1871; they now farm 18 hectares of vines and produce a wide range of fantastic wines.
The Dirler-Cadé wines are made to biodynamic specification. The wines ferment either in tuns or in stainless steel vats for anywhere between three weeks and three months. They stay on light lees for nine to twelve months before being filtered on a sheet and being bottled.
Jean and Ludivine started their biodynamic journey in 1998, aiming to develop a greater respect for their surrounding environment and the soil that grows their quality grapes. Their dedication to biodynamic practices has paid off, as they have developed some fantastic wines that we are excited to feature at Brown Bag Wines. Look out for them in your Organic Wine Club bags, or order directly from us today.
Key notes: Fresh and lively with floral and honeysuckle notes Sold Out
Dirler-Cadé | Muscat | France | 2014
$65.00 SGD– Sold Out
Selected from the Grand Crus Saering and Spiegel parcels. Aromas of fresh grapes, floral notes such as honeysuckle and jasmine, refreshing and taut on the palate. A lively, intensely aromatic white that makes a playful partner to asparagus, fresh seafood and plenty of other light dishes.