Vin de France Chemin de la Brune 2021 (6x75cl) - L'Anglore
Rhone Valley, Vin de France, rosé, Chemin de la Brune, 2021 Vintage, L'Anglore
- 75 cl
- Rosé Wine
- Production origin
- Tavel (Gard)
- Grape Variety
- Carignan, Clairette, Grenache noir
- % vol.
- 13,5 %
- Vin de France
- Gard, Vallée du Rhône
- Eric Pfifferling
- Carton of 6 bottles
- Chemin de la Brune
- Production method
Natural wines from the Rhône Valley
L'Anglore is the story of one man: Éric Pfifferling. A former beekeeper, like his dad before him, who lost all his beehives during a flood in 2002 but found a new passion for winemaking. After the incident, he decided to revive his grandmother's 7 hectares vineyard (located near Tavel, a village in the Gard department) and start his own estate. The very first thing he did was to work using fully organic methods. Later on, on his never ending quest to protect nature, Éric chose to try biodynamics. He is now 100% certified by Ecocert.
The Pfifferling estate uses full grapes and doesn't filter its wines, thus leaning heavily toward the natural wine niche. Éric Pfifferling's entire style is an ode to ripe fruits, resulting in rich cuvées that are full of tension and freshness. People actually often say that he makes Beaujolais wines, but in the Rhône Valley. With the precious help of his wife Marie and two sons, Thibaud and Joris, Éric continues to take care of his estate and vineyard. His vintages have become quite famous over the years, in the little world of natural wine, and are often sold out everywhere.
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