Peter Gierszewski spent a solid decade navigating the world of wine as a merchant in France before deciding to switch gears and dive into winemaking back in 2009. He kicked things off with an organic approach, and by 2014, he took the leap into biodynamics. Keeping it pretty straightforward, the only extra touch to his wines is a small dose of sulfur for export protection.
Tending to 4.5 hectares in the hills above Cluny in Bray, with vines facing west instead of the typical south-east, Peter brings a unique touch to his winemaking. This twist adds a distinctive lift and freshness, reminiscent of the nearby Jura region when you take that first sip.