Domaine Christian Binner, my Alsatian everything, again with a stunning co-ferment, of which maybe Little Lands is the only place to have this?
"The Hinterberg Vineyard is in the Katzenthal Valley with very steep hills facing South. It is situated in the same geologic formation as the Grand Cru Schlossberg vineyard. The wine is what the French call “blouge” – an abbreviation of the words BLanc (white) and rOUGE (red), referring to the fact that it’s a co-ferment of red and white grapes."
Alsace, France / Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Auxerrois, Pinot Beurot