Welcome to the Durmanns, nestled in the heart of an Alsatian village
The story of Domaine Durrmann began in 1978 with the installation of Anna and André on the family farm in Andlau. The couple started winegrowing and very quickly opened up to agro-ecology, paying attention to the balance of their soil, making the nascent estate a polycultured winegrowing farm.
Their son Yann, like Obelix, fell into it when he was little. Working alongside his parents, he will take over the reins of the estate in a few years. This new generation of organic winegrowers has also learned to help each other and to work together intelligently.
The estate has 10 hectares of vines and 3 hectares of orchards
Andlau benefits from a great geological diversity. Sandstone, schist, granite and limestone all come together to produce wines with very different personalities.
Three Grand Crus are the reason for the Domaine Durrmann's reputation: the Kastelberg, the Wiebelsberg and the Moenchberg.
The richness of the Domaine's terroirs is reflected in the great minerality of the wines and their good length on the palate.