Located in the center of the village Ammerschwihr, important wine-growing village northwest of Colmar, the exploitation is conducted since 1996 by Christophe, Marcel Freyburger's son. It has doubled its area since the beginning and now extends over 7 hectares, between low slopes and hillsides, with a plot in the Kaefferkopf, the local grand cru.
Guide 2019 – Pinot Gris 2016 Grand Cru Kaefferkopf 2 Etoiles
Christophe FREYBURGER pampered in the Kaefferkopf a few rows of Pinot Gris, a grape variety that is confidential in this Grand Cru. He shot a 2016 of a rare harmony. Already full-blown (mango, notes of over-ripening and typical touch of smoke), the nose reflects the original terroir of this wine, with granite soils. In a beautiful continuity, the mouth reveals a certain sweetness, well balanced by a beautiful acid frame. Fluffy, light or dry, a wine made for gastronomy.
Guide 2019 – Gewurztraminer 2016 Grand Cru Kaefferkopf K Précieux“ 1 Etoile
Made from overripe and sorted grapes, on November 23, 2016, an expressive, complex and fine mellowness (lychee, candied fruit, spicy touch), of a beautiful elegance despite its richness and concentration. For an aperitif, foie gras, chocolate desserts.
Guide 2018 – Kaefferkopf Gewurztraminer vendange tardive 2013
A golden straw color for these late harvests with a discreet nose, opening with aeration on candied mango and apricot, toned with notes of lemon zest and a touch of mint. The prelude to a pleasant attack by its freshness, relayed by bold impressions of power and roundness. (Residual sugars: 35 g / l.)
Guide 2017 – Kaefferkopf Gewurztraminer 2014
From the clay-limestone part of the grand cru, this mellow intense gold appears closed to the nose, discreetly mineral. The fruit is more present at the palis. A wine that interests by its rich and ample structure balanced by a beautiful acid frame and by its elegant mineral and spicy finish. It should enjoy aeration. (Residual sugar: 35 g / l.)
Guide 2016 – Cuvée Sébastien 2013
This straw-yellow color with golden hues, this pinot gris opens on citrus fruit and then turns towards peach, pineapple and other exotic fruits. We find these nuances in the mouth both round and fresh, which seduces by its balance and the harmony of aromas and flavors. The finish is lively and fruity leaving a sensation of fullness. (Residual sugar: 19 g / l.)