Coturri Winery

Harry “Red” Coturri purchased the property which would become Coturri Winery in 1961. It has always been farmed using sustainable methods, and in 1991 the vineyards were certified organic by the CCOF. Starting 2004, conversion to biodynamics is underway.In 1979, Coturri Winery was officially bonded and since then had been handcrafting limited production wines in… Continue reading Coturri Winery

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Champagne Fleury

Here, where the Seine receives its first tributaries, are the limestone slopes of Southern Champagne called “Côte des Bar.” The Fleury family has been cultivating vineyards here for many generations.Emile, the grandfather, was the first to establish grafted Pinot noir in the area, after the invasion of phylloxera. His son Robert, as a pioneer in… Continue reading Champagne Fleury

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Champagne David Léclapart

Great-grandchild, grandchild and son of winegrowers, David Léclapart grew up with the rhythm of the vineyard and winemaking. After completing a non-winemaking curriculum, he graduated from the agro-biology school of Beaujeu and returned to his vineyard with the urge to learn, a passionate desire to work in harmony with nature and a vital need to… Continue reading Champagne David Léclapart

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Champagne Françoise Bedel et Fils

Champagne Françoise Bedel’s founder was born in the small village of Crouttes sur Marnes’, the Champagne region. This Champagne house has been around for 2 generations, with the 3rd about to join. Champagne Bedel has 7 hectares under vine, with Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay grapes, accounting for 78%, 9% and 13% of planting… Continue reading Champagne Françoise Bedel et Fils

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Domaine Marcel Deiss

Domaine Marcel DEISS is located in Bergheim, a small village nested in the heart of the wine region of Alsace, equidistant from the northern and southern boundaries of the region. Current winemaker Jean-Michel DEISSwas born into a long-established family of wine growers, living at BERGHEIM since 1744. The domaine consists of 26 hectares (52 acres)… Continue reading Domaine Marcel Deiss

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Domaine Zind Humbrecht

Wine growers from father to son since 1620, the Humbrecht family cultivates and grow grapes in the great vineyards of Alsace in France. The Domaine Zind Humbrecht was created in 1959 and represent today a total of 40 ha, with the Grand Crus vineyards of Rangen in Thann (5.5ha), Goldert in Gueberschwihr (0.9ha), Hengst in… Continue reading Domaine Zind Humbrecht

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Martin Schaetzel

Our objective in the vines is simple – to produce healthy grapes that reach optimum ripeness and are full of the original mineral elements characteristic of their terroir.To this end, we have been using a wholesome, balanced approach to the vineyards since 1980.Ploughing alternates with natural grass and weed growth, and the biological life of… Continue reading Martin Schaetzel

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Marc Tempé

From winegrower parents, we grew up in the middle of the vineyard and learned to appreciate it. Since we met more than 20 years ago, our dream has always been to produce our own wine one day. In addition to our daily jobs we have gradually acquired several wine plots. In 1993 we took over… Continue reading Marc Tempé

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Domaine Kreyenweiss

Marc Kreydenweiss was born in Strasbourg in 1948 from a family of viticulturists who have resided in Alsace for three centuries; he has owned and managed the family domaine since 1971.In 1984 he decides to dedicate himself to produce only wines of exceptional quality. He chooses a new way of expression for his wines: The… Continue reading Domaine Kreyenweiss

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Domaine Ostertag

Domaine Ostertag is located in Alsace. It’s a family-owned property of 13 hectares spread out over more than 75 small plots of vines, united by one guiding spirit in 5 villages (Epfig, Nothalten, Itterswiller, Ribeauvillé, Albé).Domaine Ostertag produces 16 different wines classified in 3 different types: Vins de Fruit (Fruit wines), Vins de Pierre (Stone… Continue reading Domaine Ostertag

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