Resting on the south side of the Mittelbergheim hillside which reaches 320m, Zotzenberg sits in a basin.
Facing east and south, it has privileged sunshine. Its terroir, over 36.45ha, is composed of Jurassic-period marl and limestone as well as Oligocene limestone and marl, formations which retain dampness and are resistant to drought.
Formerly mostly known for its Sylvaner, this terroir allows Gewurztraminer, Riesling and Pinot Gris to express themselves in a most remarkable manner.
Initially called Zoczenberg (1364), it has the rare privilege of having been marketed under its own name since the beginning of the 20th century.
Zotzenberg Grand Crus, due to their marl-limestone origin, stand out by their great finesse and exceptional body. A wine which ages wonderfully.