The malic crunch of a green apple, leesy mid notes of brioche buns, lots of limestone minerality and plenty of tree fruit. These are fever fine bubbles, with less CO2 than you would find in Champagne for a nice mousse and fizz. 60% Pinot Blanc, 40% Sylvaner on limestone mean lots of salty goodness and refreshing balanced acidity.
The Brothers Brand, chose to took over the family farm at an when most young men their age (20 & 22) are still trying to find themselves. They had a vision and knew what they wanted. Vineyards were converted to organics, additives were taken out of the wines, old vines prized, and ageless production methods employed.
In 2020 I think most of us have heard of "natural wine" and there are plenty of young people (and old) who've jumped on the band wagon. The difference between everyone else and these two: Jonas and Daniel are really good at it. Their wines are effortless, structured, and clearly display their limestone terroir. Best of all is their indescribable joie de vive only found in wines without sulfur, but often marred by any number of flaws.