From a pure limestone site, this bottling of Pinot Gris is elegant and rich. Bruno's advice is to open the bottle after 5 or 6 years to get the full picture of the wine. Its becomes tropical and has a touch of burnt orange marmalade.
- Bruno Schueller is the cousin of famed Alsatian winemaker Jean Ginglinger and son of another famed Alsatian winemaker, Gerald Schueller. While he inherited his father's meticulous manner of viticulture, he challenges classic Alsatian winemaking techniques to fit his vision.
- Surrounded by dense forest and mountains, the family domaine in Husseren-les-Chateaux was built in the 1960's but Bruno has been maintaining it since the mid 1990's.
- He also inherited two Grand Cru vineyards: Eichberg and Pfersigberg
- While the vineyard is farmed biodynamically, Bruno decided to not seek certification that could restrict his process.
- Summer camp at Glen Echo
- Fancy Fries
- Pellegrino and lime