"Philippe Zinck makes well-focused wines with a beautiful expression of both, their terroirs and their grape varieties characteristics."
The soils and terroirs of Alsace are a winemaker’s dream as there is a different soil composition in every single plots of every vineyard. Alsace is a complex mosaic with different soils, subsoils, and bedrocks, being the result of its location on a geological fault. Alsace vineyards sits in a hole between the Vosges and the Black Forest. If we can generalize, the subsoil in Alsace can be marly, slightly granitic, volcanic, sandy, calcareous, or even very stony clay.
A Passionate Lineage
Domaine Zinck was created by Paul Zinck in 1964 just few kilometres away from Colmar, in Eguishein. Philippe, his son, took over the family estate in 1997 and tripled its size since then. While remaining attached to the values of a family model, and organic he succeeded in creating a subtle balance between the traditional methods of craftsmanship and the contribution of new techniques and technologies. The goal is to increase and insure the highest quality in viticulture and winemaking.