Alsace AOC is the main appellation in the Alsace region and covers wines from a number of different varieties, the most important of which are Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, and Pinot Blanc. Interestingly, the area experiences more hours of sunshine per year than anywhere else in France.
Domaine Trimbach is one of the most recognised names in Alsace. Its prestigious winemaking history dates back to 1626. Located in the heart of Ribeauvillé, one of the iconic villages of the appellation, Trimbach produces a range of single varietal wines from the classic varieties of the region.
Domaine Barmès-Buecher, located in the heart of the Alsace region, just a few kilometres from Colmar and Eguisheim. Today Sophie and Maxime Barmès run the domaine following their father’s passing. Its 15 hectares were converted to biodynamic growing in 1998 and have been certified biodynamic since the 2001 vintage.
Bernhard Schoffit is known for his uncompromising approach to quality in the vineyard. With almost a third of Alsace’s southern most Grand Cru site - the volcanic Rangen - the domaine has become synonymous with rich, full-bodied Riesling and Pinot Gris.