Rangen Vineyard

Mentionned during the Middle Ages, it is the most southern vineyard of Alsace. Michel de Montaigne evoked "the slopes full of vines, the most beautiful and best-cultivated, extending so far that the Gascons who were there said they had never seen so many stretching so far".

Today the Montaigne path crosses the Rangen; you can see the Saint-Urbain Chapel, patron of wine growers.

Covering an area of 18.5 hectares, the Rangen is the only Alsace vineyard classified in its entirety as Grand Cru. The Rangen mountain faces due south with its steep slopes (45°), it owes its reputation to its unique volcanic ground.

The know-how of the vineyard owners and the quality of the wines guarantee the production of the excellent quality wine.

Rangen wine : wine tasting ans sale shops (596.26 Ko)