Kreydenweiss, ‘No dogma, no limits’

Domain Marc Kreydenweiss has a family history to it: the domain was originally created by Marc Kreydenweiss, who then passed the reins over to his son Antoine, seconded by his wife Charlotte and three daughters Zoé, Lilou and Léonie.

At the foothills of the Vosges, the estate has a wide variety of soils, spanning 13.5 hectares that encompass no less than four Grands Crus.

The vineyard has been farmed biodynamically for thirty years already, and natural vinifications allow the terroir to shine through in all its typicity and character. Riesling and Pinot Gris, the region’s landmark grape varieties, make up the essential produce of Kreydenweiss. We particularly appreciate the refined and concentrated profile of these wines, all of which share a certain energy from their nicely acidic underscore.

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