The lieu-dit Jebsal in Turckheim is very small (1.3ha in total) and is a monopole of the domaine. The name Jebsal indicates in fact the geology of this small vineyard: gypsum. Encircled by the Brand on the west, the Boland on the north and Heimbourg on the east, the Clos Jebsal is very well delimited by a series of geological fault lines which are very close to each other in this part of Alsace. In the past, we would wait for the noble rot to develop in order to produce VT/SGNs. The clay gypsum soil has the capacity to keep moisture that would allow the noble rot to develop. Unfortunately, as the harvest is now a full month earlier, temperatures are too high in September and the rot doesn’t develop as beautifully as later in October or November. So, since 2020, Clos Jebsal is now producing very dry wines, but does retain its capacity to craft age worthy wines.