Eric Kamm's Rules:
The environment is a serious matter. First rule.
The wine as well. Second rule.
The 'real' and 'good' wine can only be natural wine. Third rule.
In Dambach-la-Ville, halfway between Colmar and Strasbourg, the vineyards reach an altitude of 500 meters, higher than the Alsatian average. The exposures and soils rich in granite give the rest.
A mention also to the labels, another trademark of the house. Colorful, provocative, brilliant. Perfectly synergistic with what they keep and represent.
Rat Kamm is the Maison's long-macerated Pinot Gris. The peel releases an intensity of color between copper and pink, which leads beyond orange. A lively and veiled nectar together, full of moods that begin to explode in the nose. The sensation of fresh notes is exhilarating: wet grapefruit leaves and peel, lavender seeds, elderberry, helichrysum after the rain. The sip is a lash. The citrus fruit bathes the acidic palate, straight, without a filter. It brings with it a right material presence, with the pink pulp that brings back the nasal notes of lavender, elderberry & fresh mint. All without half a gram in excess.