About Weinhof Scheu

Klaus Scheu took control of Weinhof Scheu from his father, Günter who retired in 1994. Theirs is a weinhof without borders, as it sits so close to Alsace in France that the vines nearly cross back and forth. Klaus, like his father, maps this not by geographic boundary, but by micro-climate and by the soil’s complexity, creating a unique home for each varietal and clone. His philosophy: the more precise the designation of origin, the higher the quality of wine. In all, there are yellow and blue clays, limestone, silica, sandstone, chalk, and slate decorating the soils, each positioned to various exposures. From this springs the voice of individual terroir.

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