Preserving vitality in the balances, the earth’s identity gushes in the wine. That strong feeling guides us instinctively in our vine labours season after season and is pictured on each of our bottle :

Loyal and intriguing, the deep-rooted vine shares with us the intimacy of the great places : Baumgarten, Fronholz, Gottloff, … Through its genuine sensibility, each plot, each “terroir” gives birth to a vibrant and unique wine, evidence of excellence.

Loess terroirs

Those plots from plains surrounding the village mostly are composed with deep loam soil called "loess" or « Terres blanches » (translated "white grounds" or "white earth"). It offers to the vine ideal conditions for growth. Too long have those types of soil be considered too fertile. Nowadays, we can certified that they bring nobility to the Pinot blanc and Chardonnay.


The wine comes from the plot called ‘Baumgarten’ surrounding the village and planted with Pinot Blanc.

Nose with toasted hints, revealing more buttery and yellow stone fruits. On the palate, the structure is fleshy with a nice balance through a fine and pure acidity expression.

To guard: 4 to 6 years


The wine comes from the plot called “Voegelsgasse”, litteraly “Bird’s path” or “Chemin des oiseaux”.

This out-of-legislation cuvée expresses the full noble side of oaky Chardonnay. On the nose, delicate toasted brioche, white flowers, pear and vanilla notes. On the palate, a melted acidity with great body.

Ageing potential : 4 to 6 years

Siliceous terroirs

Situated on the Fronholz hill contemplating the village of Epfig, those bedrock from sandstone composites are rich in siliceous clay. This element is the common thread in the identity of the 3 wines the most emblematic of the estate.


The wine comes from the plot called “Gottloff” planted with Muscat Petits Grains, rich and deep mid-slope parcel composed with sandy clay. Underground you find white to ochre siliceous clay. Year after year, the vine find its way through, allownig deep root system for elegant and unique structure.

The nose shows intense fruity sensation (bergamot, lemon grass, pepper mint) and smoky mineral hints typical from the terroir. This wide aromatic complexity offers beautiful length and salinity on the palate.

Ageing potential: 4 to 6 years


The wine comes from the plot Fronholz, planted in 1947 at the top of the hill ventilated with a south-west exposure. In surface you find mostly sand, and deep undreground, you can find of sandstone and clay that only the age of the vines allows to express through a fine minerality.

Like most of the greatest mineral Rieslings, this wine show its bright typicity through citrus fruit and flint notes. On the palate, it acknowledges a nice gastronomic wines, with a saline and delicate acidicty.

Ageing potential: 8 to 10 years


“Fronholz” names the plot where it comes from, on the upper side where you find a poor soil with a sandy surface and more complex composition underneath (sandstone, rich siliceous clay). This singular topographgy associated to very challenging vineyard management offers the best of the grape variety.

Pinot Noir to be aged with deep colour, it is powerful and elegant with ripe fruit and leather hints. On the palate, you find a defined tannic structure, both silky and powerful with just a fine touch of salinity.

Ageing potential: 8 to 10 years