Producer: Jean-Marc Dreyer Region: Alsace, France Grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris Notes: Jean-Marc Dreyer took the reins of his father’s estate back in 2004 and despite the introduction of biodynamics in the vineyards back in 2003, the road to natural wine production was a winding one. For many years Jean-Marc teetered between sulfuring and not sulfuring the wines, with some cuvees getting a sprinkle and some going without. It wasn’t until 2013 and a long period of reflection whilst walking the famous Camino de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle pilgrimage, or Way of Saint James, that Dreyer made the decision to cut sulfur from the equation entirely. Pink Pong is a co-fermented blend of red and white grapes make for an incredibly juicy not-quite-red, not-quite-rose wine. With all the energy and vibrancy we know and love from Jean-Marc Dreyer.