The name Grand Cru concerns 51 parcels well delimited in the Alsatian vineyard. The Cave de Ribeauvillé has a unique heritage of 8 Grands Crus of exception. These Alsace wines are:
Altenberg de Bergheim: very stony red marl-limestone soils which produce rich and massive wines.
Gloeckelberg: sandy soils suitable for Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer, rich and expressive.
Kirchberg de Ribeauvillé: located on the mountainside, produces Rieslings and Pinot Gris of a great purity with a nice acidity.
Osterberg: clayey and stony soils producing mineral wines with mature and fine acidity.
Rosacker: heavy soils with a predominant limestone content, making it possible to obtain elegant, complex wines, with great potential for ageing.
Schoenenbourg: rich soils, which make this hillside an exceptional terroir, worthy of the greatest wines of Alsace.
Schlossberg: located on a granite arena, it offers high class Rieslings, fruity and generous.
Marckrain: at the exit of the valley of Kaysersberg, this terroir produces complex and aromatic wines.