Alsace enjoys a sunny semi-continental climate, facing south-west, with a wide variety of terroirs. The best Riesling, Gewurztraminer and other Pinot Gris were born here. The Orschwiller winery located on the lands of Haut-Koningsbourg, the wines are 100% vinified and elaborated over more than 3 generations.
Considered the oldest and most prestigious in the world, synonymous with exceptional
vintages, the Bordeaux vineyards are protected from the Atlantic winds by a natural barrier of pine trees and benefit from ideal climatic conditions. With over 120,000 hectares of vineyards, there is not just one but six routes that will take you through the different wine appellations. There is a great diversity of wines, as the terroirs, climates and blends are so varied.
the climate and geology give its wines an inimitable identity. The sunshine and high temperatures in summer allow for optimal ripening of the grapes, thus concentrating the aromas.
The designation vin de pays, PGI or protected geographical indication, is distinguished by the middle ground it provides between wine production that is totally free of constraints. And one that must follow strict rules designed to give a local wine the best reputation on the markets.