Marc Kreydenweiss is a leading winemaker based in Andlau, Alsace, France. The winery, founded in 1650, is famous for its commitment to biodynamic viticulture. Kreydenweiss is a pioneer in the use of biodynamic practices in Alsace, which means he manages the vineyards with respect for natural cycles and biodiversity.
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They grow several grape varieties, including Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, and produce both white and red wines. Marc Kreydenweiss wines are appreciated for their purity, expression of terroir and vibrancy. They often exhibit striking minerality and complexity, as well as balanced acidity and ripe fruit. Marc Kreydenweiss' approach to winemaking revolves around harmony with nature and the conservation of biodiversity. His wines are internationally recognized and have won several awards, making them popular with wine enthusiasts and experts alike. The winery produces approximately 120,000 bottles of wine per year on a vineyard of 13.5 hectares.