Products of the domain : Hartweg
Just a few kilometers from Ribeauvillé and Riquewihr, the domaine Hartweg is located in the heart of the Alsace vineyard in the small village of Beblenheim. Here, in this typically Alsatian half-timbered setting, the Hartweg family exploits its 9 hectares of vines, respecting the terroir and the traditions.
The know-how of Alsace wines
Viticulture is handed down from generation to generation in the Hartweg family. In 1996, Jean-Paul and Michèle were joined by their son, Franck, who finished his oenology studies. The management of the vineyard is done with respect for nature and traditions. The voluntary control of yields, the search for optimum maturity and manual grape harvests ensure the sustainability of the soil and better respect the environment. The result is wines of recognized quality, divided into different vintages and collections: wines of tradition, wines of terroir, wines of Grande Réserve ...
The Grands Crus of Alsace Hartweg
The Hartweg estate produces Grands Crus, thanks to its marl-limestone terroir. The Mandelberg (Almond Coast) in Mittelwihr is planted mainly by Gewurztraminer and Riesling. It gives very fruity and fine wines, which supports a guard. The Sonnenglanz in Beblenheim benefits from a microclimate that has made its reputation for a long time. It gives letters of nobility to the grape varieties grown there, especially Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris. This terroir of exception gives wines to the gilded robe, marked by a great aromatic power and good persistence in mouth.
Traditional Alsace wines
Hartweg growers work the vine in the most delicate way possible: green manure and grass: planting wheat or barley to aerate the soil. The grapes are harvested at the optimal maturity of the grapes, and are entirely manual.