A mosaic of unique in the world terroirs
Protected by the Vosges mountains which results in one of the lowest rainfall in France (500 to 600 mm of water per year), the vineyard in Alsace benefits from a sunny and warm semi-continental climate. The Famille Hauller vineyards extend over twenty hectares around Dambach-La-Ville, and over seven hectares in Soultzmatt, in the famous Vallée Noble (which stands for “Noble Valley” in English).
As Famille Hauller has always prioritised production control, the wine estate chose in 2016 to expand its vineyards to benefit from Alsatian terroirs.
To take advantage of the purity of the granitic terroirs of Dambach-La-Ville and Blienschwiller, the depth of the clayey soils of Epfig, and the power of the limestone and the sandstone from Soultzmatt.