A DYNASTY OF GROWERSOriginating
from the region of Kientzheim, the Blanck family are well-known for
their incredibly strong family ties and fanatical love of the land as
well as a certain persistence in advancing the cause of their terrain.
In 1846, Jacques-Philippe Blanck won a medal for his work as a grower.
1927, Paul Blanck and a handful of other growers were recognised as the
driving forces behind turning the Grand Cru site, "Schlossberg" into a
In 1975, Marcel Blanck, his son, played a vital role
at the time the Grand Cru appellation was created in Alsace. Schlossberg
was the first to be assigned this appellation.
In 1985 came a new
generation of winemakers: Frédéric and Philippe. Their main
preoccupation is respecting the vines and the soil upon which they are
The domain has increased its surface area from 24 to 36 hectares with five grands crus accounting for more than a third.
DOMAINE PAUL BLANCK & FILS