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THE ALSATIAN REGION

The Alsatian Region and more specifically the Grand Crus, renowned for centuries, favour the creation of great wines. The substrates in the soil and the different microclimates are typical for each Grand Crus which reveal themselves and leave their print in the wine they produce: an outstanding full body with a remarkable balance. It is essential to acknowledge this heritage in order to associate the most suitable vine stock.

Although these grounds make the development of botrytis (noble rot) rare and late, quality is exceptional when it does develop. This brings complexity and balance to the grapes which are highly concentrated, subtly fulfilled by the salinity and acid pattern of theses vintages.

KIRCHBERG de Ribeauvillé

Area 
11,40 hectares

Orientation
South, South West

Substrata
Marl and sandstone completed by a streak of limestone.

Vine stock
Muscat, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurtztraminer

The GEISBERG

 

Area 
8,53 hectares

Orientation
South

Substrata
Calcareous sandstone with a little marl

Vine stock
Mainly dedicated to Riesling (99%) and Pinot gris

OSTERBERG

 

Area 
24,60 hectares

Orientation
East, South-East

Substrata
Calcareous marl sandstone

Vine stock
Riesling, Pinot gris and Gewurtztraminer

Grand Cru