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2011 Gewurztraminer Zinnkoepfle Grand Cru Les Sinneles, Domaine Rominger
2011 Gewurztraminer Zinnkoepfle Grand Cru Les Sinneles, Domaine Rominger

2011 Gewurztraminer Zinnkoepfle Grand Cru Les Sinneles, Domaine Rominger


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Certified Organic and Biodynamic

Producer:  Domaine Eric Rominger

Wine: Gewurztraminer Zinnkoepfle Sinneles* Grand Cru (*an additional term reserved for wines with five grams or more of residual sugar)

Varietal: 100% Gewurztraminer

Harvest/VinificationFertilizing, ploughing and working the soil are plot and vintage specific, thus nurturing each lieu-dit to its proprietary needs. Harvest is manual. Whole clusters are then pressed pneumatically for several hours, followed by fermentation with natural yeast, which can last 3 weeks to several months depending on the cuvee.

Nose: Intense floral notes, rose petals and orange peel

Palate: Off-dry, bold, creamy with balanced finished

Food: Risotto, shellfish, Alsatian tarts and cheese

Cellaring: Drink now or enjoy through 2025


Westhalten, Alsace

Domaine Rominger is a family estate created in 1970 by Armand Rominger. It is located in Westhalten, just south of Colmar in the Noble Valley. It enjoys a mild climate, protected by the Mountains of Vosges from strong winds and other undesirable weather conditions.

Today, Corinne Rominger owns 30 acres including 12 acres on Zinnkoepflé which is one of Alsace's great personalities among the Grands Crus.

There is such a patchwork of terroirs in Alsace, which prompts the domaine to work each plot separately and differently for a full expression of each place. And to achieve this, they have decided to be certified organic (Ecocert) and biodynamic (Demeter). The combination of ancestral and current practices has allowed the Rominger family to be a conduit for the expression of each terroir they cultivate and vinify.

Situated on the sub-Vosgian hills, between 656 and 1312 feet above sea level, and ideally exposed, the Grands Crus benefit from maximum sun exposure and an extraordinary diversity of soils.

These advantages, combined with a judicious choice of grape varieties best suited to each terroir, favor a slow and prolonged ripening of the grapes and the emergence of aromas of great finesse.

On a smaller scale, the exposure of the hillsides, the soil's thermal storage capacities, the protection of the hills and the influence of a river induce a whole series of micro-climates, from which the 51 Grands Crus benefit in the first place.

Zinnkoepflé is located in the central and widest part of the Rouffach-Guebwiller fault mosaics, behind the eastern fringes of the Strangenberg and Bollenberg hills.  It constitutes the southern extension of the Sandstone Coast, straight from north to south, from Husseren-Les-Châteaux to Westhalten. It’s an imposing hilly area created by the Marbach fault, one of the largest of the fault mosaics..

Information by: Vins Alsace

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