2009 Domaine Bohn AOC Crement d’Alsace Extra Brut Nature


This Crémant is as extraordinary in its purity as it is complex, it opens to the discovery of new taste experiences. Straight and airy with a bubble which melts in the balanced and persistent matter, it is coveted for its liveliness, minerality and crystalline freshness.


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As one of the most popular grapes for growing and consuming, Chardonnay can be made in a wide range of styles. These styles can vary from a sparkling Blanc de Blanc, or fresh fermented in stainless steel, to rich and creamy white wine aged in oak barrels. Notable regions for this grape include Chablis or Burgundy in France, Central Coast, Napa, and Sonoma in CA, and Western Australia.

When pairing with food, consider the characteristics of your wine first. No brainer pairing options include seafood, salads, and white meat. Chardonnay, with its vast versatility, is everyone’s best friend.

Pinot Noir

This elusive and delicate light-bodied grape is a winegrowers dream, but can be difficult to achieve. Stubborn, yet flirtatious, Pinot Noir is tantalizing creating a beautiful dance between the grape and the winemaker. The resulting light red wine can be nothing short of spectacular. Loved for its red fruit and spicy characteristics, its also a great food partner.

Look for notable regions including Burgundy, France, Central Coast or Sonoma in CA, Willamette Valley in Oregon, and Pfalz or Baden in Germany as well as many other regions around the world in New Zealand, Australia, Chile, and Argentina.

Alsace, France

On the border between Germany and France lies the region of Alsace, renown for their aromatic white grape varietals, Gewürztraminer and Riesling. As with many other northerly regions in France, Alsace has a much cooler climate, which is showcased through how their vineyards lie on very steep slopes. These steep slopes, depending how they face, allow for the greatest potential of direct access to sunlight. Along with protection from wind by the Vosges Mountains, and the lack of clouds, these conditions allow for the grapes in Alsace to reach a proper level of sugar ripeness. 

Riesling is the most widely planted grape variety here and traditionally has a recognizably high acidity with a medium-full body, flavors of citrus, stone fruits, and a stony/steely character. Gewürztraminer, famous for its distinct aromas of lychee and rose, also displays baking spices and a golden tinge to the final wine from the skin of the grape being a beautiful light pink color. Alsace additionally grows Pinot Gris, Muscat, and Pinot Blanc. All of their still wines are grown in a variety of styles including dry, off-dry, and sweet. Specific to this region you may see a few distinct labelling terms outside of Alsace and Alsace Grand Cru. These are Vendanges Tardives (VT) or ‘late harvest’ and Sélection de Grains Nobles (SGN). Both of these terms mean that the wines specified must be made from one of the four Alsace noble varieties: Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, or Muscat, and they must have a specific minimum sugar ripeness depending on the grape variety. The SGN wines will have a higher level of sugar ripeness than those of VT. Wines with these labels will be sweeter! 

Since taking over the family winery at the age of 18, Bernard Bohn has crafted an individually unique style of wines on the only outcrop of schist terroir in Alsace. The Bohn family members have been winegrowers for well over three centuries in Reichsfeld, a small village at the far end of the valley, where until recently, the local Alsatian dialect was still more common than French. Today, Bernard and his son Arthur farm just over 9 hectares and go beyond organic agriculture to incorporate uncommon techniques, such as completely abandoning vineyard plowing and allowing cover crops to coexist to create balance in the vines. Made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the Extra Brut Nature 2009 zero dosage cuvée is a real encounter; that of a historic terroir with a great year and a free winegrower who lets his terroir speak.


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