Alsace Grand Cru Hatschbourg
This Grand Cru is located between the tiny villages of Hattstatt and Voegtlinshoffen.
The Hatschbourg Grand Cru, whose first mention dates back to the early Middle Ages, is located between the tiny villages of Hattstatt and Voegtlinshoffen, south of the Alsace Wine Road, flanking the hillsides on a regular slope. It has particular soil that is heavy, deep and very well-drained, permitting good cultivation of south and southeast-facing grapevines. All four of the noble varietals are found on this Grand Cru. The typicality of the Hatschbourg Grands Crus wines, whatever the varietal, is their persistent fragrance and ability to age well.
Our Alsace Grand Cru Hatschbourg Wolfberger comes in three varieties, GEWURZTRAMINER, PINOT GRIS and RIESLING.
Did you know?
Legend has it that the name Hatschbourg comes from the first castle (Ottosbourg) that the lords of Hattstatt built here. In the 15th century, the queen of Hungary would come to own her own parcels here.