Sandstone Porches around a Historical Wine Estate
The Maurice Schueller winery locates in the heart of the Alsatian vineyards. The gorgeous vineyard houses large pink sandstone porches. Furthermore, fortified gates stunningly embellish the cobbled streets of the estate. The Schueller family of Swiss origin runs Maison Maurice Schueller winery for centuries. Indeed, the family settled in Alsace after the 30 Years War in Eguisheim, Husseren Les Châteaux and Gueberschwihr beginning a great line if winemaking.
Maurice Schueller and the Intregration of a Modern Approach
In 1966, Maurice Edward’s youngest son started the wine business at the property. He successfully gained a very cosmopolitan clientele in a short time. In 1994, Maurice’s elder son created Maurice Schueller. Marc produced wine by combining the family tradition with the modern approach of winemaking. The entire family is very passionate about wines and winemaking.
The Medieval Cellar of an Ancient Winery
The Maurice Schueller estate will remind you of the medieval ages. It has an old cellar that belongs to the 15th century. The cellar’s original door dates back to 1609, and the helicoidal staircase belongs to 1608. Guests at Maurice Schueller winery discover ancient vestiges. One of them is the 12th-century bell tower, one of the most beautiful Romanesque bell towers in Alsace. Explore the history and heritage of Alsatian winemaking surrounded by beautiful fountains and magnificent views. The winery’s owner, Catherine, and Marc will receive you for a guided tour of their estate. You’ll love tasting their unique wines. If you want to spend an entire stay at the property, the Maurice Schueller winery offers a totally renovated cottage.