Awarded with a Coup de coeur prize by the 2018 guide of prestigious Revue des vins de France, the Domaine Emile Beyer is a true rising star in the Alsace region. In Eguisheim,Alsace, since 1580, Emile Beyer has preserved family know-how for 14 generations. Christian and Valerie Beyer now manage this 17 hectares estate, half of which is located on the Grands Crus and Lieux-dits hillsides. The soil is a living environment and a source of energy for the vines. By taking care of their terroirs, Domaine Emile Beyer promotes the balance of the vine and preserve the subtility and unique character of Alsacian wines. All the Alsatian grape are present in the vines: riesling, gewurztraminer, pinots (white, gray and black), muscat, sylvaner and even, for Cremants, chardonnay and auxerrois. All Grand Crus are in conversion Demeter (biodynamic).
How was it made?
The estate uses sustainable farming practices and is in conversion to organic.