Producer Profile

Domaine Gross

Our vineyard operates in harmony with the principles of biodynamics, prioritizing the cultivation of grapes that exhibit exceptional aromatic expression. Each harvest is meticulously conducted by hand across our estate, with rigorous sorting taking place in the vineyard to ensure only the finest fruit makes its way to our cellar. Employing gravity to gently transport grapes, our direct pressing method safeguards the integrity of each cluster, facilitating a slow pressing process that spans between 6 to 18 hours, meticulously preserving the essence of the grapes for wines of unparalleled finesse. Alternatively, for maceration wines, both whole and de-stemmed bunches undergo a three-week fermentation process in contact with the juice.

Where The Wines Come From


Alsace, nestled in northeastern France, is renowned for its picturesque vineyards and a rich winemaking tradition dating back centuries. In recent years, this region has become a haven for natural wine enthusiasts, drawn to its commitment to organic and biodynamic practices. With its diverse terroir and cool climate, Alsace produces a spectrum of aromatic white wines, including Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Pinot Gris, each expressing unique characteristics of the land. Embracing minimal intervention methods, Alsace winemakers prioritize the expression of terroir, allowing the grapes to speak for themselves with minimal manipulation in the cellar. The result is a portfolio of vibrant and nuanced wines that capture the essence of Alsace's breathtaking landscape and the dedication of its winemakers to sustainable practices.