Domaine Weinbach

Alsace, France

Domaine Weinbach, a former monastery built by the Capuchins in 1612, has belonged to the Faller family since 1898. Today they own and farm 38 hectares of vines spread in the valley of Kaysersberg over the historical terroir of Clos des Capucins, the prestigious Altenbourg and Vogelgarten crus, and the acclaimed Schlossberg, Furstentum, Mambourg, Marckrain, and Kaefferkopf Grand Crus. This geological diversity, from granite to marls, clay, limestone and sandstone, reflects the uniqueness of Alsace.

The production comes exclusively from the estate, without any external purchase of fruits. Domaine Weinbach made the choice of biodynamics at the end of the 1990s in order to better express the personality of each terroir and to pass on a living land to the next generations. The wines, fermented with indigenous yeast and aged in old foudres (neutral oak), are vinified without any additives other than a micro-dose of sulfites at bottling (if needed) to ensure stability during transport and ageing.

The work is based on the tripod of great terroirs / old vines / limited yields, without compromise and in a perpetual quest for excellence. Please join us in tasting their delicious wines!

  • Domaine Weinbach tasting
    15 March 2023
    9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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The Member (Cambridge student/alumni/staff) (£14.00 (GBP)) is available to members only. Upcoming
The Member (other) (£14.00 (GBP)) is available to members only. Upcoming
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10 March 2023
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10 March 2023