Original, bright and memorable wine.
The aroma of red currants and juicy cherries. Against the background of berries, tones of spices and herbs play. The wine is intended for lovers of orthodox biodynamics.
History of wine
In the heart of the Moselle valley, where the tradition of winemaking goes back to the ancient Romans, Rudolf Trossen and his wife Rita take care of the vineyards according to the principles of biodynamic viticulture. In 1978, they decided to break with traditional winemaking and switched to an organic way of growing grapes and producing wine. "Biodynamic winemaking" means not only the rejection of the use of artificial fertilizers, herbicides and other poisons, it is a whole philosophy of responsibility, locality of actions, but global thinking. Today, Rudolf grows mainly Riesling grapes, which have already received international recognition.
Rita and Rudolf Trozen decided to break with the modern methods of winemaking in 1978, when they turned all their property into biodynamics. Since then, they have been producing wonderful Rieslings in the Moselle Valley. In 2010, inspired by many of their sommelier clients, they began to plunge into the world of natural winemaking with their Pur'us wine line. These wines have no additives, not even sulfur, and no filtering is used. Some winemakers work organically in Germany, but the vast majority of winemakers in Germany are persistent consumers of sulfur to stabilize and preserve their wines, making Trossens real pioneers in their field. They allow their wines to be aged on lees for extended periods of time, "until all biological processes are complete."
Trossen vineyards are full of slate that has completely resisted phylloxera, so most of their vines are fully grafted and some of them are around 100 years old!