The hills of this vineyard are exposed east/south, nestled behind the alsatian mountains, benefiting from maximal sun exposure. The Pfersigberg is composed of marl-limestone soil, with various white/yellowish pebbles of the jurassic era and hard muschelkalk.
Fossils can easily be found in the soil, and in between can sometimes be found, layers of sandstone (yellow sandstone of Rouffach).
Rich in limestone, easy to assimilate by the plants, the clay helps to fix micronutrient fertilizers. This forces the roots to dive deeper into the soil in order to find the nutrients they need.
The water retention is average, which makes the grapes reach maturity early.
This terroir produces wines of great finesse, that are powerful, well structured, fat, spicy and has a fantastic ageing potential !
Located south/south-east, at 340 meters in altitude, the Eichberg is naturally protected from rain by the Vosges mountains, and benefits as a result from a dry and hot microclimate.
The clay-limestone based soil is composed of limestone conglomerates and marl-oligocene with boulders remaining from the tertiary age, which can be found among the sandstone pebbles, sometimes resulting in a more siliceous (quartz) soil, quartzite pebbles, white coated marl or sandy clay.
The soil is characterized by good water retention. It is airy and rich in minerals. It produces powerful wines, with excellent aromatic complexity, that are full-bodied and balanced by a refreshing acidity.
The soil of choice for the Riesling, the Geisberg is located in Ribeauvillé. With its 8.53 ha, this is one of the smallest Grands Crus in Alsace but one of the grandest by its terroir !
A soil made of limestone and sandstone marl, rich in mass of fallen rocks and dolomites fragments. Vertiginous slopes allows us to cultivate a great Riesling, complex and powerful, with a remarkable delicacy.
Located at the top of the hill overlooking the city of Ingersheim, at an altitude of 250 metres, the Florimont soils are composed of limestone and clay.
Its privileged location, in the surroundings of Colmar, protected by the Vosges moutains, is characterized by low rainfall, at an average of 550 mm per year. A hot and dry climate with early ripening grapes.
The Grand Cru Florimont wines are full-bodied and generous, persistent and with a great ageing potential.