A ‘lieu-dit’ is a well-defined geographic and climatic entity that gives the wine special characteristics. It is a selection of our best terroirs, giving rich and complex wines, to accompany with gastronomic cooking.
Mühlforst: facing south between Ribeauvillé and Hunawihr. Very heavy ground with clay-marl alluviums.
Haguenau: on the ban of Ribeauvillé and Bergheim. Sun exposure from west to east. Marly-limestone soils very stony and shallow.
Schoffweg: the soil is marl-limestone with gravel, on shallower soils the limestone dominates. It is part of the municipality of Bergheim.
Pflänzer: south / south-east sun exposure, located in the municipality of Rorschwihr. Very deep soil made of limestone and silt.
Silberberg: located in the village of Rorschwihr, its soil consists of silicified Muschelhalk.
Oberweingarten: located in the village of Rorschwihr, its soil is made of oolitic limestone, covered with clay-silty lenses.
Weingarten: located in the village of Rorschwihr, the soil is composed of oolitic limestone colluviated with a clay marl matrix.
Our 4 Villages
Here, the wines come from the same municipality recognized by its terroir and offering a homogeneous style.
Bergheim: the soil is marno-calcareous-sandstone.
Rorschwihr: the soil is made of clay-marl and limestones alluviums.
Rodern: the soil is granite on blue marl.
Saint-Hippolyte: the soil is sandy.