Decidedly orange, salmon-esque! This maceration of Gewurztraminer is the response for those who find the varietal too overbearing or syrupy: all of the sugar has been eaten up, leaving naked richesse, extraordinarily aromatic and without fault. Mango, banana leaf, a bouquet of flowers and exotic spice are waiting for you on the nose. The palate is sublime, dry but unctuous, ready to tear through your foie gras, your Szeschuan chicken or your coconut curry takeout.
Quiet and modest, the stealth natty secret of Alsace...Jean-Marc Dreyer is the biodynamic Sufjan Stevens circa 2007, ready to bring you to tears and take you to places you've never been before. Singular, electric wines, Jean-Marc's style is always present in his work, particularly his macerated whites and ethereal Pinot Noirs. Through prolonged maceration, Jean-Marc minimizes the risk of oxidation and defaults, thereby paving the way for zero sulfur beauties with breadth of flavor and longevity. We are so pleased to be able to share these wines with you for the first time in NYC.