From the village, nestled at the top of the hills of the vineyard, your gaze embraces the entire plain of Alsace, from Switzerland to the south with sometimes the majestic silhouette of the Alps, to Strasbourg in the north, your eyes wander happily over an expanse huge number of vines.
The area is grouped around Vœgtlinshoffen and the surrounding towns 2 or 3km around. It is a magical land that you will surely immerse yourself in during a future trip. Entirely on hillsides, with a medium slope, the vines have their roots in clay-limestone soils. These soils with a pure viticultural vocation are locally more or less loaded with marl, sandstone gravel or silt at the bottom of the hills.
In this setting, facing south to south-east, is the Grand Cru HATSCHBOURG terroir, a noble prince offering us the best wines in Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer.
The oldest vines make it possible, by their deep roots, to obtain complex, rich and long-keeping wines, which is also a characteristic of our wines from clay-limestone soils. It is better to wait 2 to 5 years for them to enjoy their full expressiveness.