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Beck-Hartweg 2020 Vin d'Alsace Pinot Noir "F" (Frankstein)
Though the fruit for this bottling all comes from the Grand Cru Frankstein vineyard, Pinot Noir does not have Grand Cru status in Frankstein (only white varieties are awarded Grand Cru Frankstein status), hence the name "F," for Frankstein. This is elegant, and red fruited, with some peppery, darker fruit more reminiscent of a regional Alsatian expression. Grapes see about 2 weeks of maceration, with occasional delicate pouring of a few liters on the cap to avoid oxidation, otherwise, very little extraction. The wine, is however very present on the mid-palate.
Beck-Hartweg 2021 Alsace Grand Cru Frankstein Riesling
This is a memorable Riesling from two parcels in the Grand Cru of Frankstein, which rests above the town of Dambach-la-Ville on a fault of granite. Frauenberg is a parcel that gives small berries that Florian and Mathilde find to have great concentration and intense acidity. This is blended with fruit from the Pflanzer parcel, which has less intensity and provides more delicate character to the blend. There's enough acidity and mineral sharpness from the granitic soils for this natural wine to age gracefully, but it's also pretty scintillating wine to drink now! -EL
Beck-Hartweg 2021 Vin d'Alsace Dambach Rouge (Pinot Noir)
From a few different parcels in Dambach, this is a very pleasant and approachable Pinot Noir, with great balance and acidity. -EL