The Alsace vineyards are situated on the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. They extend over a distance of 160 km, from Cleebourg in the North to Thann in the South, on the fracture zone between lowland and mountain. A special feature that generates a great variety of subsoils. Under protection of the Vosges Mountains, these vineyards have the lowest average yearly amount of rainfall of all French wine regions.

The Alsace AOC was only created in 1962. It represents 72% of the production, the Crémant d’Alsace Appellation 24% and the Alsace Grand Cru Appellation 4%.

Alsace AOC consists of 9 single grape wines: Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Muscat, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Chasselas and Auxerrois, and of 2 blends: Edelzwicker and Gentil.

Alsace AOC has been completed by two geographical indications in the meantime (municipal designations and localities).

« As our grapes are being harvested at the Estate or by carefully selected contract growers, our wines are an Authenticity Guarantee for each Alsatian grape variety. » Etienne-Arnaud Dopff



Light and fruity, fresh and easy drinking.
Ideal with seafood and shellfish, cold cuts and meat pies.
Local cuisine: great pairing with onion tart, tarte flambée.

Pinot Blanc and Pinot Blanc “Domaine Familial”

Light and fruity.
Ideal with terrines, fresh cheeses.
Local cuisine: great pairing with baeckaofa, cheese cake.


Fresh and crisp.
Perfect as an aperitif wine.
Local cuisine: perfect pairing with Alsace asparagus.

Riesling and Riesling “Domaine Familial”

Both manly and delicate, complex with finesse.
Perfect with saltwater or river fish.
Local cuisine: perfect pairing with Coq au Riesling, Alsatian sauerkraut dish.

Pinot Gris and Pinot Gris “Domaine Familial”

Full-bodied, velvety and fleshy.
Perfect with white meat, grilled red meat or in sauce (pork roast, veal roast, duck, game or tripe products).

Gewurztraminer and Gewurztraminer “Domaine Familial”

Its spicy flavor gives strength and elegance.
Perfect pairing with exotic cuisine (Vietnamese, Japanese or Thai), fruit tarts.
Local cuisine: perfect match with duck Foie Gras. Ideal pairing with Alsatian Munster cheese.


Pinot Noir

Full-bodied, crisp and fruity.
Perfect with skewers, grilled meat or fish.
Local cuisine: Meat pie of the Munster Valley.

Pinot Noir

Well-structured, silky but fruity.
Perfect with red meat, chocolate desserts.
Local cuisine: Liver dumplings.