GRAND CRU

ALSACE GRAND CRU

Some of the Grand Crus have been famous for more than a thousand years, others for several decades, but all come from privileged terroirs where geology, climate and exposure form an exceptional harmony.

All of them are born from this special alchemy that unites air, earth, vines and the art of men.

A SCENT OF PLACE AND HISTORY

ROSACKER

A.O.C. ALSACE GRAND CRU

RIESLING

Rosacker owes its name to a wild rose bush. The wines produced on these hillsides have the same refined composition of purity and complexity.

Rosacker Riesling is pure and complex, marked by a strong personality. it leaves a long lingering finesse in the mouth.

It’s a lieu-dit which gives full-bodied touches to the wine with its exuberance and structure. The finish of this Grand Cru is subtle and distinct, giving these singular wines an almost never-ending length!

SCHOENENBOURG

A.O.C. ALSACE GRAND CRU

RIESLING

The wine structure is full-bodied and ample, backed with robust exuberance. Gypsum is expressed by specific and delicate minerality, through smoky, match-stick and flint notes. 


The natural intensity of this Grand Cru and its distinct, aromatic and terroir-specific diversity, soothes the expression of this Riesling.

KAEFFERKOPF

A.O.C. ALSACE GRAND CRU

GEWURZTRAMINER

Kaefferkopf is a multi-faceted terroir that produce intense, nuanced and complex Gewurztraminer.

Kaefferkopf Gewurztraminer is intense, full-bodied and complex. It express spicy notes with a round attack on the mouth. It is also marked by fresh acidity with a beautiful, delicious finish. The elegant balance is due to the harmony between the lingering, generous attack along with the fresh finish.