In record time, Léo Dirringer has cemented his reputation as a deeply serious and talented winemaker who is well worth keeping an eye on. Born 1992, grew up on the family's vineyard Domaine Ruhlmann Dirringer, educated in viticulture and oenology as well as subsequent study stays abroad. All right after the book. But the meeting with a bottle of 2011 Chalasses Marnes Bleues from Jean-François Ganevat convinced him on the spot that there are other ways to make wine than what he had been exposed to so far. When Léo took over Domaine Ruhlmann Dirringer in 2016, he immediately began the reorganisation of the field work and made his first vintage in 2017. The wines have been impressive from the start and are a clear product of Léo's firm insistence on making unmanipulated wines completely without any forms for additives. That is, spontaneous fermentation, zero clearance, zero filtration, long storage on the bosom and absolutely no added sulfur. These are wines that, with their elegance, precision and great freshness, offer great drinking pleasure and signify really well for Léo's continued development as the new superstar in Alsace.