Domaine Albert Mann has been growing wine since the 17th century. Engaged in organic and biodynamic viticulture, they produce wine that is in harmony with nature. This labour intensive practice gives the wine the purest reflection of its terroir and its own identity.
Located in eastern France, Alsace is one of France’s top wine regions offering diverse soils and micro-climates. Alsace’s 900 wine producers and negociants maintain 7 principal grape varieties including Riesling and Gewurztraminer which give Alsatian wines their names and aromatic profiles. Alsace produces sparkling and still wines, 90% are white.
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With respect for the land and the grapes, 240 winemakers from the Cave de Turckheim participate in the production of quality wines. Through their sustainable practices they actively engage in preservation of the common heritage and well-being of the future generations.
Jean-Luc and Anne Mader took over the estate in 1981 and began to develop and sell wine originating from their 9.6 ha vineyard spread over four municipalities. The owners converted their vineyard to organic practices in 2007 in order to better reflect the character of their vineyard and land.
For five generations, the Kientzler family has grown grapes on the slopes of Ribeauvillé and surrounds. These steep lands allow for a production of high quality wine due to the nature of the soil, exposure to the sun and microclimate. Over the years, they perpetuate the love of great dry wines and gastronomy.
Located in the heart of Alsace, Domaine Barmès-Buecher has used biodynamic technics for two decades. These practices place an emphasis on respect for nature, life forces and natural cycles. Their authentic wines with distinctive personalities are a true reflection of the delicate relationship between vine, terroir, vintage and man.
Producing fine Alsatian wines since 1574, the Dopff family have dedicated themselves with fervor and enthusiasm to this divine alchemy born from the subtle union of native soil and vine. Julien Dopff notably applied the same method to Alsace wines which succeeded with Champagne and created Crémant d’Alsace.