Eugene Meyer

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Domaine Eugene Meyer appears at first glance to be a classic example of the traditional Alsation winery. The Meyer family has been making wine continuously for no less than 377 years! The family Domaine today consists of eight hectares in the picturesque village of Bergholtz, in southern Alsace.

Eugene Meyer decided in 1969 to use biodynamic methods on his vineyards in Alsace. The biodynamic preparations applied regularly in small doses, have increased the strength of the vines, and intensify the vitality of the soil.

A taste of the sensational Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Spiegel from Domaine Eugene Meyer serves as an excellent argument in support of his methods. Of course, this wine has many inherent advantages in its origins alone. The Speigel vineyard was awarded the coveted title of Grand Cru fifty years ago, after it was firmly established that the wines from this vineyard were consistently superior in quality, with exceptional body and bouquet.



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21A, Rue De Bergholtz-Zell
Bergholtz
68500

France
03 89 76 13 87
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