The Alsace vineyards are the northernmost in France and Europe. Interlaced by the picturesque Alsace Wine Route, they stretch from North to South covering 119 villages and towns.
15,500 hectares of vines, a kaleidoscope of fertile soils and exceptional diversity. The Alsace vineyards offer a most sumptuous range of vintage white wines that are refreshing and aromatic, from the driest to the smoothest palette.
Spread out between the Haut-Rhin and the Bas-Rhin regions, our vineyards reveal the full diversity of the Alsace terroirs, from north to south: Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, Sylvaner, Pinot Gris...
Located in Epfig, on the Vosges hills, the Domaine Sainte-Marguerite produces all the Alsace grape varieties on a 5 hectare vineyard.
Maison Klipfel was founded by Martin Klipfel in 1824 and is now one of the largest wine estates in Alsace, with 30 hectares of vines of which close to 15 hectares are Grands Crus including the famous Kirchberg de Barr, that grows on marly limestone, and its prestigious Clos Zisser.
Founded in 1895, the Domaine de la Ville de Colmar wine estate has over 46 hectares comprising the vineyard of the same name, as well as the Clos Saint-Jacques, the Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach and the prestigious Hospices de Colmar vineyards. The estate also comprises some of the finest sloping vineyards of the surrounding villages, home to some of the most famous Grands Crus vintages.
All our properties are cultivated with respect for people and the environment, and are being converted to organic.
At the heart of the "Couronne d'Or" wine region, at the northern entrance to the Alsace wine route, Maison Arthur Metz is a major player in the vineyard and one of the main producers of Crémants d ' Alsace.
Our activity covers the entire wine-growing and wine-producing process: from winemaking to maturation and bottling. Our facilities are located in all the wine-growing areas of Alsace and so we are in a position to select the best terroirs on ideally situated plots of land and therefore make exceptional wines and crémant while closely respecting the local traditions. And, of course, we pay meticulous attention to the quality of the vines, grapes and our wines.
They contribute every day to producing finely balanced, complex wines. Throughout the process, highly qualified personnel are at hand, from the vineyards and the wine press to packaging and logistics.
This unique, broadly acknowledged know-how is regularly spotlighted by a number of awards received at national and international competitions.