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Recognized all over the world for its great wines, France is a major player in the wine industry. France’s wine country is divided into 17 regions, each with many distinct terroirs and grape varieties, resulting in a wide range of delicious wines.

France | Alsace

Pfaff la Cave des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim

Cave des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim is the result of the amalgamation of several Alsatian winemakers. Their combined efforts have borne fruit, as since 1967 it has been the most awarded winery in Alsace at Paris’ Concours Général Agricole.

An uncommon winery

Formed in 1957 in a spirit of collaboration, Cave des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim marked its first fruit harvest two years later. Sixty years have since passed and the winery, today considered one of Alsace’s finest, has become a key player amongst the region's vineyards. 

The majority of its production consists of the classic grape varieties Alsace is best known for, but it is also quick to step out of the comfort zone by developing bold and exciting multi-varietal wines. Obsessed with the perfection of their products, the teams of professionals accept only the best in order to elevate the winery to its highest. 

Cave des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim produces 2, 250,000 litres of Alsace AOC wine per year and exports 62% of its production, with Canada topping the list. It offers high quality wines that represent excellent value for money.

Pfaff la Cave des Vignerons de Pfaffenheim, it's also

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