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The conversion to Biodynamic wine-growing ...

Controlled outputs, the respect of the environment, and a natural vinification: these constitute the code of conduct of our viticulture operations.

Sundel_PF.JPGHaving inherited a secular family tradition,  dating back to 1580 when Martin Beyer was already working his vines in Eguisheim, I have been managing the vineyard since 1997.

We now have an opportunity to work more than 17 hectares including two Grands Crus and three Lieux-dits. The translation of this diversity of soils into each of our wines is  our commitment.

As the custodian of a viticultural history, but also with my experience in France and abroad, I am part of this new generation of Alsace wine growers seeking to produce a great wine.

2016 represents the Domaine’s first steps towards biodynamic agriculture.
This highly demanding form of cultivation relies on the use of plant-based compounds designed to strengthen the life of the soil and the vineyards.

Consideration of the lunar and planetary rhythms is a key element of this method. 

Giving happiness, with elegant wines: this is what I take pride in.

Bonne dégustation! Enjoy the wine!

                                                                                                                                                                                            Christian BEYER