Wines with no sulfites

When in North Carolina : buy these French wines

Herebelow are French wines that I recommend and where to buy them in North Carolina.

The below vintners often use no sulphur dioxide (SO2) during the winemaking or the bottling. Only a few bottles may contain sulfites — in very small quantities. (Around 10 mg per liter. Ask the merchant or the importer.)

 

French wine values tasted in 2017

white Alsace muscat - Audrey et Christian Binner - Hinterburg - [sans sulfite ajouté]

2013 - USD 25 - very intense, Muscat - wide, fresh almond, intense and minerally, fresh

A store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina: 3Cups

 

French wine values tasted in 2016

white Crémant d'alsace - Stéphane Bannwarth - Les vins Pirouettes (par Binner & Compagnie) - Zéro dosage

2013 - USD 22 -

A store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina: 3Cups

 

French wine values tasted in 2014

white Alsace gewurztraminer - Stéphane Bannwarth

2011 - USD 20 -

A store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, NC 27514: 3Cups

 

French wine values tasted in 2013

Alsace wine labelwhite Alsace - Audrey et Christian Binner - Ça gazouille [lieu-dit : Katzenthal] - Riesling (sec)

2010 - USD 18 - very aromatic - a lively nose - a huge aromatic intensity, orange, nougat, dense but not onctuous, wide with tidy gas beads, almost dry: with just a hint of residual sugar, fresh

A store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, NC 27514: 3Cups

white Crémant d'alsace - Les Binner (négoce) - Triple Zéro

2009 - USD 18 -

A store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, NC 27514: 3Cups

 

You may also read reviews on recommended wines available in Georgia, or you may request another location at the bottom of this page.

 

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