Discover our collection of still wines.

True gems of our vineyard, each bottle embodies the harmony between the land, the vine, and artisanal craftsmanship. From rich and velvety reds to fresh and vibrant whites, every sip offers a unique sensory experience. Savor the subtle balance of flavors and aromas that characterize our still wines, created with passion and dedication to enchant your most precious moments.


  • Riesling

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    Recognized as one of the best white grape varieties in the world, Alsace Riesling is a wine of gastronomy par excellence. Beyond its natural affinity with Alsatian cuisine (sauerkraut, fish stew, smoked pork shoulder...), it excels with fish, shellfish (Scallops), and crustaceans. It gracefully enhances the iodized flav

  • Gewurztraminer

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    The very image of the originality and typicality of Alsace wines, Gewürztraminer pairs perfectly with spicy dishes and strong cheeses like Munster, as well as foie gras and intense spices or herbs. Thus, it will be the ideal partner for many Asian dishes: Chinese, Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai, and Indian cuisines.

  • Pinot Gris

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    Pinot Gris is a wine with a strong personality that pairs well with flavorful dishes. It is the Alsace white wine that most boldly accompanies dishes typically reserved for red wines.


    Its affinity for game, whether marinated or not, veal, pork, poultry, especially when accomp

  • Pinot Noir

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    The red Pinot Noir, with a longer maceration and aged in oak barrels, is a full-bodied and balanced wine that is gaining increasing popularity. Red meats and game demand these red Pinot Noirs from Alsace, with their beautiful dark color and intense cherry aromas.


    More generally, Alsace Pinot Noirs pair well with white meats and poultry, some cheeses, and since Alsace red wines are not too tannic, why not pair them with fish!


    It would be a shame to forget certain dishes from international cuisine: tabbouleh, lamb tagine, and couscous are some of the specialties that appreciate being served in its company.

  • Pinot Auxerrois

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    Pinot Auxerrois is a white grape variety of French origin, descended from Pinot Blanc and related to the famous Pinot Gris. It takes its name from the city of Auxerre in Burgundy, where it is particularly cultivated.The grapes of Pinot Auxerrois are small and arranged in compact clusters. They have a green-yellow to pale pink color. This grape variety is known for producing dry, aromatic white wines with great finesse. Characteristic aromas include delicate floral notes, as well as hints of white-fleshed fruits such as pear or peach.


    In the mouth, wines from Pinot Auxerrois are often described as balanced, with moderate acidity and a slightly creamy texture. They offer a beautiful harmony between freshness and roundness, making them highly appreciated.


    This grape variety thrives particularly well in cool and well-drained terroirs. Although often associated with the Alsace region, Pinot Auxerrois is also cultivated in other French wine regions as well as in certain parts of Germany and Luxembourg.


    Pinot Auxerrois is a versatile grape, capable of producing wines that can be enjoyed young and fresh, but also improve with moderate aging in the bottle. It is an excellent choice for lovers of aromatic and elegant white wines.

  • Pinot Blanc

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    Pinot Blanc is an introductory wine but also suitable for main courses. It pairs well with all simple preparations, fish, white meats, poultry, dishes with eggs (baked eggs, omelets, quiches). It is also welcome with mild cheeses (cream cheese, fresh cheese...).

  • Muscat

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    Thanks to its dry character, Alsace Muscat truly whets the appetite. It is often served as an aperitif on the best tables in the region. Muscat is also highly appreciated with asparagus. It complements light vegetable-based dishes, whether cooked or raw (steamed preparations, vegetarian dishes).

  • Sylvaner

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    Sylvaner gracefully and delicately accompanies all shellfish (oysters, cockles, clams, etc.) but also fish, cold cuts, or can simply quench your thirst. In this regard, it has its rightful place among summer wines.

  • Edelzwicker

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    Edelzwicker remains a generally simple and easy-to-drink wine, combining fruitiness and freshness on the palate. Light in structure, it has little aging potential and should be reserved for simple dishes such as salads, cold cuts...

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