The Alsace wine-growing area, bordered by the eastern side of the Vosges mountain range, sits on a piedmont plain of an sucession of hills between 200 and 400 m in altitude. The south and south-eastern exposures, as well as the precisely raised vines, provide grapes with optimal sunshine.
Throughout the year, wine-makers alternate between working in the vineyard and in the winery. Attentive and patient, they compromise with what nature offers them. If vinification allows grapes to express their full potential, don't forget that it's at the foot of vine stocks that wines are born
In Alsace, respecting nature is part of a long tradition. The Upper Rhine region is the birthplace of biodynamic farming. Therefore, organic and biodynamic viticulture have widely spread throughout the Alsace wine-growing area and today boast undeniable advantages.