Cave de Hunawihr

Alsace, alsace France

Cave de Hunawihr is a co-operative in Alsace, which was founded in 1954 in an attempt to re-establish winemaking in a territory that suffered greatly during World War Two. Today, Hunawihr has grown to 110 members and is equipped with a renovated winery and 200 hectares of vineyards, 80% of which are situated in Hunawihr and its surroundings, Riquewihr and Zellenberg. The Grand Cru holdings amount to 13 hectares and include Rosacker, Froehn, Sporen, Schoenenbourg and Osterberg.

The wines are fresh, clean, dry and aromatic, with good balancing acidity. Hunawihr manage 11 of Rosacker’s 26 hectares, 60% of which are Riesling, planted on clay and limestone soils. The Riesling Grand Cru ‘Rosacker’, sourced from 5.6 hectares, is Hunawihr’s flagship wine. It is versatile, with the ability to age and develop, as well as being a delight to drink now.


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