Grand Terroir Wines

Clos Rebberg

This vineyard, planted on a blue-gray Villé schist terroir, has never been treated with any kind of chemical product. It’s located on south-east facing terraces. This unique rock, the oldest in Alsace, over 500 million years, gives this Riesling a high purity and minerality with aromas of gun flint.
Technical sheet - Clos Rebberg 2018

Clos Rebgarten

Nestled in the heart of Andlau, this small Clos (20.17 acres) houses a vine garden. Replanted in 2012 with Gewurztraminer, this plot of 10.000 vines/ha is entirely worked with draft horses. With its alluvial granite sands it produces an orange wine of great complexity.
Technical sheet - Clos Rebgarten 2019

KB Pinot Noir 2018

On the top of the Kirchberg of Barr (marl and limestone), we replanted in 2012 a parcel of Pinot Noir, this vineyard is only worked with the horse. With 10.000 plants/ha, we hope to produce a great terroir wine in the coming years.
Technical Sheet - KB Pinot Noir 2018 (Kirchberg de Barr)

WIEBELSBERG Grand Cru

South-east facing, on a steep slope at the exit of the village, the Wiebelsberg is located on a pink sandstone soil of the Vosges. This is a floral and elegant Riesling, which will over the years develop spicy notes.
Technical sheet - WIEBELSBERG Grand Cru 2018
 
MOENCHBERG Grand Cru

The marl and sandstone soil composed by glacial deposits give rise to a dry pinot gris, pure, powerful and full, with a fantastic length. Note that in 1097, the Benedictine Abbey of Altdorf had already chosen this south-facing hill to cultivate their vines.
Technical sheet - MOENCHBERG Grand Cru 2018
 
KASTELBERG Grand Cru

This Schist Steige soil (black schist) is unique in Alsace. Located directly at the top of Andlau on a vertiginous slope, it produced one of the most famous wines. The Riesling is characterized by power, finesse and minerality. This great wine takes its full potential after a few years ageing.
Technical Sheet - KASTELBERG Grand Cru 2018