Stephen Steinmetz biodynamically farms this tiny estate in the Obermosel, east of Frankfurt, very close to the border with Luxembourg. His old vines of Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir are rooted in Kimmeridgian limestone, the same vein of rock found in Sancerre, Chablis and Champagne.
The youngest of four children, he took over the family estate in 1992, at the age of 23, and has not looked back ever since. The six hectares of vineyards are farmed biodynamically and production has increased slightly in each vintage under his careful watch.
His wines are super fruity, yet crisp and dry. This is a fun one to have around for the holiday season.
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