The Alsace wine regionbenefits from geological and climatic conditions favouring the elaboration of great wines.
The Vosges mountains form a natural barrier protecting the region from oceanic influences. Low rainfall, rude winters, hot summers : all is ideal for the vines.
Ingersheim, beside Colmar and at the mouth of the Kayserberg and Munster valleys, is the birth place of the Fleith family and the domain.
The village is situated on the Alsace Wine Route with its pointed bell tower, its brightly colored houses and the surrounding vines.
The principal, signature 'terroir' in our wines are :
warm soils with alluvial gravels; very stony.
A calcareous vineyard comprised of oligocene conglomerates and shale.
• LETZENBERG :
Consisting mainly of calcareous soils and benefitting from excellent exposure giving rich, opulent wines.
• GRAND CRU FURSTENTUM :
A very steep slope of shale, lime and sandstone.