The diversity of Alsatian grape varieties offers a wide range of wines with very different tastes.


Each wine carries the name of the grape variety that produced it and will be able to accompany every moment of your gastronomic moments with its own character.


Fruit wines are the expression of the flavour and aromas of the grapes from which they are made.

Côtes d’Ammerschwihr : This wine has been produced for a long time by the winegrowers of Ammerschwihr who have enhanced their hillsides by blending Pinot Blanc with a hint of Muscat.
On the estate we harvest these grapes halfway through the harvest season on the Katzenstegel and Sand hillsides located at the entrance to the valley that leads to Les Trois Epis.
A thirst-quenching wine, it is pleasantly drunk with regional gastronomy dishes (raclette, mussels, fleischnacka).

Pinot Auxerrois Vieille Vigne : It is one of the first grapes to be harvested and the plots are over 43 years old.
Also known as Auxerrois, this wine combines liveliness and suppleness and can be served as an aperitif, with cheese, varied salads or flambéed tarts and pizza.

Riesling : King of Alsace Wines, it is a dry and racy wine with a great delicacy. It accompanies with distinction your fish, shellfish, seafood and poultry dishes.

Muscat : It is a Muscat produced on granite. While tasting it, you will have the impression of biting into a fresh grape. It will enhance your aperitifs, receptions, asparagus dishes and fresh vegetables.

Pinot Gris : Half of it is produced on granite hillsides. Full-bodied, well-balanced in the mouth, it presents complex aromas of slightly smoky undergrowth. This wine is excellent with poultry, white meat and offal.

Gewurztraminer: Our Gewurztraminer comes from old vines located around Ammerschwihr. Developing intense aromas of spices and flowers, it is a powerful and seductive, slightly mellow wine. It will be perfect as an aperitif, with exotic cuisines, full-bodied cheeses and desserts.

The richness of the Alsatian vineyard shows through its numerous “Lieu-Dit” and Grands Crus which form a true mozaique of terroirs unique in the world.


The nature of the soil and subsoil, the exposure to the sun, the slope, the wind and the climate are the basis of what makes up a terroir.


We bring our expertise and our passion to give the resulting wines a unique imprint and character.

Riesling Sonnenberg : (“Lieu-dit Sonnenberg”)
The latest addition to our production, the “Riesling Lieu-dit Sonnenberg” is the result of a long process of regrouping parcels on the south-facing granite hillside.
The plants are selected from old Riesling vines.
The brilliant colour and the delicate nose underline the straight and crystalline expression of this charming Riesling.
To be discovered as an accompaniment to fish, for example monkfish with candied lemon.

Pinot Gris Cuvée Justin : (“Lieu-dit Sonnenberg”)
The first vinification of this wine coincides with the year of birth of Justin, Maurice’s grandson. The grapes come from the terraced plots of land in the locality of Sonnenberg.
The grapes are harvested at full maturity and the wine is fermented in oak barrels of two wines. It is matured on lees for 9 months.
The elegance of the Pinot Gris pleasantly combined with the tannic structure provided by the oak gives rise to a wine with aromas of undergrowth and vanilla. On the palate it gives an impression of power and richness with a long and structured finish.
As a gastronomic wine, it will find the best matches with foie gras, white meat or fish in sauce.

Pinot Noir aged in oak pieces : This wine comes from a selection of our oldest Pinot Noir plots located on the granite terroir of Ammerschwihr.
After a 10-days maceration, this wine is matured in oak barrels of two wines for a period of 12 months.
Red fruits notes on the nose underlined by a touch of vanilla, a structured and dense mouth give this Pinot Noir the strength to accompany red meats and even game.

Pinot Noir “Cuvée Arthur” : (“lieu-dit Vogelgarten”)
The first harvest of this wine coincides with the year of birth of Arthur, Maurice’s grandson.
The grapes come from two plots of Pinot Noir planted on the marly-limestone terroir of the Vogelgarten area in Sigolsheim, located between the Grand Cru Furstentum and the Grand Cru Mambourg.
The soil is not very fertile and the old vines give us small bunches of perfectly ripe grapes.
Sorted, destemmed and vinified in truncated cone maceration vats for 10 days, this Pinot Noir is then aged in new oak barrels for 12 months. After a long period spent in our cellars, you will be able to appreciate a wine with a purple colour that reveals intense and complex aromas on the nose. The mouth is both dense and well-balanced and will seduce you with its easy to drink finish. You will be able to present this wine as an accompaniment to a piece of game or certain cheeses.

Meeting very restrictive production rules, the Grands Crus are the flagship of Alsatian wines production. They draw their origins from the history of the vineyard and forge their character deep in the soil.


Mentioned in the archives of 1338, the Grand Cru Kaefferkopf is the oldest of the demarcated “lieux-dits” in Alsace.

It is a terroir of great geological complexity which is located on the south-east facing slopes above Ammerschwihr.
The roots here plunge deep into the granitic clay faults on soils saturated with calcium and magnesium.


Overlooking the village of Sigolsheim, the Grand Cru Mambourg faces due south on a promontory overlooking the Alsace plain.
It enjoys a privileged sun exposure and is under the influence of the west wind from the Kaysersberg valley.
The marly limestone soil is composed of reddish clayey soil with limestone slabs in which the roots are infiltrated.


The Grand Cru Furstentum is located west of the Mambourg.
Straddling the villages of Kientzheim and Sigolsheim, this shallow, south-facing, marl-calcareous, gritty terroir benefits from the presence of an island of Mediterranean vegetation at its summit.


A little further west still, after passing the valley leading to Riquewihr, the Grand Cru Schlossberg is a granite hillside facing south.
Windy and set back in the valley of Kaysersberg, maturation is later but the steep slope gives it a privileged exposure to the sun.


The first vineyard to arrive in Alsace from the South, 60 km from Ammerschwihr, the Grand Cru Rangen de Thann is a steep south-facing hillside whose poor soil is composed of grauwackes and black volcanic tuff.
The vines here are exposed to extreme conditions with a lot of wind and a high thermal amplitude which forces them to take deep roots.

Grand Cru Kaefferkopf Contemplation : A historic wine, it is the only blending wine authorized in Grand Cru with the Altenberg de Bergheim.
70% Gewurztraminer, 25% Riesling and 5% Pinot Gris.
Very different from each other, these grapes have drawn their sap from the same terroir.
They were harvested, pressed and vinified together to produce a wine that is unique in Alsace: the KAEFFERKOPF Grand Cru.
It reflects through its rose notes on the nose and its complex and elegant structure on the palate, all the magic of the alliance of grape varieties and terroir.
Appreciate it as an accompaniment to Asian cuisine.

Riesling Grand Cru Kaefferkopf : This wine comes from plots ideally situated on the top of the hillsides of Gries, Hahnen and Pfulben.
The bedrock is sometimes only 30 cm deep.
The roots here plunge deep into the granite faults and it is from this soil that this wine derives its unique character: a delicate nose of citrus fruit with smoky notes, fresh and silky on the palate with a long and straight finish.
It is a cheerful and frisky wine that enhances all culinary achievements around fish, whether freshwater or seafood.

Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Kaefferkopf : Coming from plots located on 3 of the 6 hills that make up the Grand Cru Kaefferkopf, this Gewurztraminer reflects all the variety and complexity of this terroir.
It is from this granitic clay soil that this wine gets all its finesse and elegance: nuances of roses on the nose, richness and smoothness on the palate with a lingering, slightly smoky finish. Its balance and smoothness will delight you and your guests as an aperitif, as an accompaniment to exotic cuisine, with a fruit tart or simply to spend a pleasant moment.

Riesling Grand Cru Rangen de Thann : The extreme climatic conditions of this terroir sometimes prevent us from making our Harmonie “R” cuvée, which we want to be a great dry wine.
Therefore, in years of botrytis (2010), drosophila (2014), hail (2016) or hot summer (2018), we harvest and vinify the Rieslings separately to produce a few bottles of Riesling Grand Cru Rangen de Thann.
Don’t hesitate to wait between 4 and 6 years before starting to enjoy this great salty Riesling with sea fish, scallops or lobster.

Riesling Grand Cru Furstenstum : The plot we work on, which is about thirty years old and located at the top in the eastern part of the grand cru, gives birth to a Riesling of great quality, with a broad acidity, typical aromas of candied citrus fruits and a great persistence in the mouth.
You won’t regret taking your trouble in patience 2 to 3 years before discovering all the complexity that it will be able to reveal to you in accompaniment of fish or lamb dishes with oriental or Indian flavours.

La cuvée Harmonie « R » (Grand Cru Rangen de Thann) :

« From diversity comes the most beautiful of harmonies ».

It is in this spirit of diversity that the complantation of Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewurztraminer imposed itself on us as being the revelation of this magnificent terroir of volcanic rock from which this cuvée is made: the Grand Cru Rangen de Thann.
Cultivated with a high planting density, the different grape varieties were mixed at random in the plot as was done in the past. A synergy is created between the different plants during their development and together we harvest grapes with a perfectly homogenous maturity.
Sapid and mineral, it is a natural extract of the rock that we suggest you decant in its youth before serving it on a refined dish of fish or white meat (poultry leg with morels).

Muscat Grand Cru Mambourg : The marly limestone soil, the southern exposure and the steep slope, an old vine planted in tight rows and an aromatic grape variety per excellence :
a perfect alchemy to give birth to a lacey terroir wine.
From nose to mouth you will discover the delicate perfume of Muscat combined with a rich substance and an ever-present liveliness that underlines this wine.
As an aperitif, it will delight your guests or surprise them by serving it with prawns with lemongrass or strawberry puff pastry.

Pinot Gris Grand Cru Mambourg : The Pinot Gris vines are located at the bow of this solar terroir per excellence.
They give birth to a wine of character that fully expresses the power and structure of this terroir.
Already its deep colour reveals a beautiful brilliance. On the nose you discover a complexity revealed by airy aromas and a hint of minerality.
The mouth is not to be outdone with an explosion of fruit on the palate and a soft and balanced finish. It is an opulent wine without heaviness which will accommodate all the variations around a foie gras.
After a few years of ageing, it can be drunk dry and you can then serve it with poultry-based cuisine (duck with orange, duck breast with gingerbread liquor).

Pinot Gris Grand Cru Schlossberg : Next to the Castle of Kaysersberg, our plot of Pinot Gris is installed on terraces supported by imposing dry stone walls.
The sunny and windy microclimate that prevails here contributes to the expression, from its earliest youth, of aromas of great purity and gives this wine a persistent elegance in a dry but opulent wine register.
You can serve it from its early youth with roasted poultry or grilled fish.

Still unknown to Alsatian winegrowers 40 years ago, our noble grape varieties such as Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer lend themselves admirably to over-ripeness.


During the back season with foggy mornings and sunny days, the grape berries concentrate in sugar and acidity: it is then a phenomenon of over-ripening.


Sometimes the Botritys Cinerea fungus responsible for noble rot will develop. It takes the expert hands of our pickers to delicately harvest and sort the good grain from the chaff.


This is how our concentrated wines are born. After a long fermentation they are bottled in the following spring and are not put on sale until 18 months after the harvest.

Riesling Vendanges Tardives (Late Harvest) :  These grapes were harvested in several passes with a high proportion of noble rot.
Sweet and lively at the same time, with aromas of candied fruit and citrus fruit enhanced by a mineral note, this is a wine that can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with lemon pie.

Pinot Gris Vendanges Tardives (Late Harvest) : Harvested in a single pass, the Pinot Gris grapes with their delicate skins are suitable for passerillage and are harvested as soon as the harvest is over.
On the nose there are smoky and candied notes underlined on the palate by a beautiful smoothness and perfect balance. Serve with goose foie gras in jelly.

Gewurztraminer Vendanges Tardives (Late Harvest) : Gewurztraminer’s thick and dewy skin lends itself wonderfully to over-ripening.
Harvested and sorted on our oldest hillside plots, the botrytised bunches give birth to a unique wine.
The golden colour, the nose both exotic and complex, and the soft mouth with its lacey finish will delight your taste buds for all your festive occasions.

Gewurztraminer Sélection de Grains Nobles (Selection of Noble Grains) : An extreme concentration of sugar, acidity and flavours gives this wine all the assets to make a wine for laying down that can be served at the end of a festive meal.

Pinot Gris Sélection de Grains Nobles (Selection of Noble Grains) :  An unprecedented level of concentration and a long fermentation bring this wine to a balance close to the greatest sweet wines. Enjoy it simply by accompanying it with a little butter, toast and Roquefort cheese.

The effervescence exacerbated by the granite rock of the slopes of Ammerschwihr and Kaysersberg.


We had been thinking for a long time about the idea of producing a Crémant de Terroir and following the acquisition of ideally situated plots of land, we embarked on the adventure of producing a white and rosé Crémant.

White Crémant “Bulles de Granite” Extra Brut vintaged : We seized the opportunity to vinify together parcels of Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Auxerrois located on south-facing granite slopes to produce our white Crémant.
Limited yields, slow fermentation in our new cellar at a naturally regulated temperature, ageing on slats for 24 months and a minimal dosage gave birth to our Crémant Blanc Bulles de Granite Extra Brut vintaged.
Its bubble is fine and dense, its aromatic approach is delicately brioche, its mouth is ample and its fresh finish underlined by the verticality of its acidity.
It is a white Crémant suitable for an aperitif or even a gastronomic accompaniment.

Crémant rosé “Bulles de Granite” Brut vintaged : A parcel of Pinot Noir on granite hillsides facing north is used as a base to make a salmon-coloured rosé Crémant on the same pattern as the white one.
Its nose is marked by notes of red fruits, its mouth is corpulent and its low dosage brings a straight and persistent finish.
It will be the ideal companion of your tête-à-tête, aperitifs or receptions.

Marc de Gewurztraminer : Resulting from the regulated distillation of Gewurztraminer berries, it is a typical brandy of the region which will be appreciated as a digestive or associated with a sorbet.

Kirsch : Cherry made brandy, it will delight you with its fruity expression and will embellish a peaceful moment accompanied by a Ristretto coffee.