Andrée Trapet (Jean-Louis’ wife, see Domaine Trapet Père & Fils in our Burgundy section) took over her parents’ vineyards in 2002. An only daughter with a profound affection for her local soil, she converted the Domaine to biodynamic methods. The estate comprises some of the best Grand crus vineyards in Alsace. The wines, like their Burgundy relatives, are all about finesse and elegance. They are characterised by purity, solidity, minerality, density like a diamond, viscosity, verticality, and everything is wrapped by delicacy and softness. From Gevrey-Chambertin to Riquewihr, the Trapet family is taking us on a journey to remember.
Vineyard & Vinification Note
Area of 1ha
It is planted on the estate in the soils of Ritterpfed at Zellenberg and the Sonnenglanz great vintage at Beblenheim.
Bright and clear, golden colour. The nose is powerful, characterized by aromas of exotic fruits such as mango, lychee, very marked notes of white flowers, with nuances of pear and sweet spices. The palate is full, perfectly balanced, pure and tense. The sweetness is balanced by a nice acidity. Powerful spicy floral aromas. Long finish with floral notes. Vegan
Perfect with spicy food or delicious apple desserts.