Jérôme Meyer’s domain owns a large variety of terroirs, thus producing wines from the 7 grape varieties of Alsace: Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir,Muscat, Riesling and Gewurztraminer.
The “Tradition” wines are typical wines of Alsace.
Among exceptional plots, we have Winzenberg Grand Cru with a granitic soil overlooking Blienschwiller and Moenchberg Grand Cru overlooking Andlau and Eichhoffen. These two give the opportunity of creating Grand Cru Riesling full of character.
The wines of the “Plaisir du Vigneron” (Winemaker’s Delight) are worked with a unique know-how to get wines sweeter than traditional wines.
The “Secret” range, as the name suggests, gathers mellow wines whose secret is well kept by the winemaker.
The “Vendanges Tardives” (Late Harvests) and “Sélection de grains nobles” (Selection of Noble Grapes) are the tastiest and the most syrupy wines.