Domaines Schlumberger

Domaines Schlumberger

Family estate using biodynamic farming

Product ID: 32979
Description

Discover Domaines Schlumberger, between Colmar and Mulhouse, close to Switzerland and Germany, situated on the steep hillsides of the Vosges.
Created in 1810 by Nicolas Schlumberger, then developed by Ernest Schlumberger in the beginning of the 20th century, the domaine's vineyard is unique in Alsace: 130 hectares with 70 hectares classified as Grand Cru.
The family vineyard has been established for more than 200 years. Nowadays two generations are working side by side: Alain Beydon-Schlumberger, 6th generation, Severine and Thomas Schlumberger, 7th generation. Custodians of that great family heritage they preserve it in the respect of thier culture and history, keeping a connection between tradition and modernity.
The estate is composed of 4 terroirs: Kitterlé, Kessler, Saering, Spiegel.
While making important investments in technical equipment (tanks, presses) a qualitative evaluation of the vineyard has also been carried out. Since 2003 all the estate is cultivated in sustained farming and in 2006 30 hectares are bio dynamically farmed.
The estate has a naturally limited yield in order to grant an excellent and irreproachable quality to each bottle. Production is only of 700.000 bottles per year.
Wine tourists will have the opportunity to taste Domaines Schlumberger wines. The wines can only be found in...

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Discover Domaines Schlumberger, between Colmar and Mulhouse, close to Switzerland and Germany, situated on the steep hillsides of the Vosges.
Created in 1810 by Nicolas Schlumberger, then developed by Ernest Schlumberger in the beginning of the 20th century, the domaine's vineyard is unique in Alsace: 130 hectares with 70 hectares classified as Grand Cru.
The family vineyard has been established for more than 200 years. Nowadays two generations are working side by side: Alain Beydon-Schlumberger, 6th generation, Severine and Thomas Schlumberger, 7th generation. Custodians of that great family heritage they preserve it in the respect of thier culture and history, keeping a connection between tradition and modernity.
The estate is composed of 4 terroirs: Kitterlé, Kessler, Saering, Spiegel.
While making important investments in technical equipment (tanks, presses) a qualitative evaluation of the vineyard has also been carried out. Since 2003 all the estate is cultivated in sustained farming and in 2006 30 hectares are bio dynamically farmed.
The estate has a naturally limited yield in order to grant an excellent and irreproachable quality to each bottle. Production is only of 700.000 bottles per year.
Wine tourists will have the opportunity to taste Domaines Schlumberger wines. The wines can only be found in the best restaurants and good cellars 65% are exported throughout the world.
Wine lovers can also enjoy guided tours of the family estate, walks in the vineyards, mountain bike rides on the biking trail of Schlumberger vineyard.

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About this activity
Advanced Booking Required
Yes
Seasonal Activity

Closed between Christmas and New Year's Eve.

Specific opening hours in August

Languages
French, English, basic level of German
Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday from 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM. On Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
The meeting point

100, Rue Théodore Deck, 68500 Guebwiller

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Highlights
  • Estate winegrowers who exclusively harvest and produce wines
  • Biodynamic farming
  • Walks in the unique Alsace vineyard
  • Exceptional location
  • Guided tours of the family estate
  • Bike rides
Nearby
  • Abbaye de Murbach
  • Les Dominicains de Haute Alsace
  • Musée de l'automobile
  • Musée du chemin de fer
  • Ecomusée
  • Musée Théodore Deck
  • Colmar (Petite Venise)
  • Mulhouse
Grape varieties
  • Sylvaner: light and dry
  • Pinot Blanc: fresh, fruity and dry
  • Muscat: very aromatic and dry
  • Riesling: elegant, mineral and dry
  • Pinot Gris: fruity and medium-sweet
  • Gewurztraminer: spicy, floral and sweet
  • Pinot Noir:red wine, fruity and dry
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Product ID: 32979

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