Our vineyards are located on a famous geological rift, which gave birth to a multitude of natural faults, creating subsoils of incredible wealth.
Our 8 Grands Crus d’Alsace
Gloeckelberg: Located in Rodern and Saint-Hippolyte, facing south-east, at an altitude of 250 to 360 meters. Acid brown sandy soils.
Altenberg de Bergheim: Located in Bergheim, on the southern face of the Grasberg hillock, at an altitude of 220 to 320 meters. Very stony marl-limestone soils.
Osterberg: Located on the village of Ribeauvillé at an altitude of 250 to 350 meters. Clay and stony soils, facing southeast.
Kirchberg de Ribeauvillé: Clay soils, often very stony, on a vineyard of 11.4 hectares located at an altitude of 270 to 350 meters. Sun exposure: southwest.
Rosacker: Located at an altitude of 260 to 330 meters in the north of Hunawihr, its heavy and airy soil is predominantly made of limestone.
Schoenenbourg: North of Riquewihr, on the south and south-east slopes of the Schoenenbourg hillside, between 265 and 380 meters above sea level. Soils rich in nutrients allowing a great retention of water.
Schlossberg: The Schlossberg lies at an altitude of 200 to 300 m. Terroir of excellent mineral fertility, sandy and clay at the same time. On a steep slope, the Schlossberg requires a terrace cultivation.
Marckrain: South of the village of Benwihr, at the exit of the Kaysersberg Valley, the vineyard of Marckrain is based on the famous Wine Road. Between 200 and 250 m altitude. It enjoys a very favorable exposure east and south-east and micro-climate, specific to the region of Colmar. Marly-limestone soil.
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