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Domaine Weinbach

The origin of this Traditional house in Kaysersberg in Alsace dates back to a Capuchin monastery. Wine has been grown on these soils for over 1000 years. The Winery Weinbach is located in the former monastery garden, to which the inscription "Clos de Capucines" on the labels still bears witness today.

The Domaine has been owned since 1898 by the Faller family. AR always respected winemaking family that has diligently developed and expanded its domain.

Alsace stands for a wide range of grape varieties: Riesling and Silvaner, the white Burgundy grape varieties as well as the aroma varieties Muscat and Gewürztraminer play leading roles. Increasingly, the two sons of the Weinbach wine estate are also dedicating themselves to the development of the noble as well as sophisticated Pinot Noir. The vineyards of Domaine Weinbach are just as diverse. Different rock formations and slope directions provide the perfect home for the respective grape variety and style.


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In the cellar, the differences in location and variety are carefully worked out. In the decades-old, large wooden barrels, the wines get a lot of rest. The declared goal is to preserve the authenticity and independence of the different terroirs and grape varieties.

The Schlossberg lies majestically within sight of the winery. In this site, the Riesling clearly dominates. The expression of a Riesling develops only in a few sites as noble and expressive as in the Grand Cru Schlossberg. The cuvée St. Catherine l'Inedit from the Schossberg is blessed with both delicate residual sweetness and great longevity.

A treat is also the Pinot gris out of Lieu-dit Altenbourg. So Pinot Gris, but of oily texture with a lot of pressure, color and above all a perfectly integrated residual sweetness. Powerful white wines, which offer an immense ageing potential as well as numerous combination possibilities. The perfect glass of wine with cheese, braised dishes, Korean or Thai cuisine.

The Cuvée Theo is named after the most formative figure of the Faller family. This Gewurztraminer is a magnificent example of the speciality from Alsace. In its young stage, it is a splendid aperitif, matured, it goes well with spicy, umami cuisine.

Cuvée St. Catherine l'Inedit from Schossberg

Cuvée St. Catherine l'Inedit from Schossberg