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identical wines with and without sulphur riesling rot murle domaine pierre frick pfaffenheim alsace france
(if you look closely it says on the label "organic wine, made without sulphur")
Domaine Pierre Frick, Pfaffenheim, Alsace, stock photography samples, by Per Karlsson, BKWine.
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Domaine Pierre Frick, a wine producer in the small village of Pfaffenheim in southern Alsace is run by Jean-Pierre Frick and his wife Chantal. The winery was one of the first in France, in 1981, to convert to biodynamic agriculture. Also in the cellar they want to work as naturally as possible. Since 1988 none of their wines have been chaptalized, they use natural yeast and very little sulphur.
The wine estate has 12 hectares in production and they make around 30 different wines, some of them without any sulphur at all. The grapes are riesling, gewürztraminer, sylvaner, pinot noir, muscat and pinot blanc and they also make the late harvest wines typical for the region of Alsace, Vendange Tardive and Sélection Grains Nobles.
All bottles from the Domaine Pierre Frick is closed with a beer bottle cap (crown cap), for Jean-Pierre and Chantal the most perfect closure for an aromatic Alsace wine.
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Alsace Domaine Pierre Frick - stock photo samples - Images by Per Karlsson