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|Vineyard/Cellar Practices||Sustainably Grown|
The Allimants and the Laugners have been growing grapes in Alsace since the 17th century. The two families came together with the marriage of Mariette Allimant to René Laugner in the mid-20th century. The domaine has bottled wine under the name Allimant-Laugner since Mariette and René’s son Hubert took over in 1984. Growing seven different Alsatian varieties on twelve hectares, the family carefully matches each varietal to soil type across the diversity of their vineyard holdings. Crémants—blanc and rosé—have increased in importance for the operation in recent years; half of their production these days is sparkling. This salmon-pink rosé of pinot noir ages for up to 18 months in the bottle before disgorgement and a light dosage of 4g/L. Floral, with subtle red fruit notes, its creamy bubbles and distinct minerality frame a beautiful lean, citrus finish. Sustainably grown.