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The Lindenlaub family has been making wine in the northern Alsace town of Dorlisheim for over 200 years, with Christophe the latest in line to take over the historic domaine. Over the past decade, he has worked to convert their 12 hectares to organic and since 2012 has been making some of the most standout zero-addition wines of the region.
The vineyards consist mainly of clay and limestone soil, some with a sandstone sub-layer, with vines mostly aged between 30 and 60 years. The focus has been to harness the potential of these sites, and so, as well as a move away from chemical intervention in the vineyard and cellar.