Maurice Schoech Riesling
Kaefferkopf is a complex terroir that consists of (at least) two main parts, one marly and on that has a granitic topsoil overlying a marly limestone bedrock. But the important thing is that Kaefferkopf has its own character that can best be described with - lively and complex.
Maurice Schoech is a medium sized firm with 10 ha. It makes quite few wines, the wine list contains "only" 18 different products. The traditional grapes Sylvaner and Chasselas are used for a nice Edelzwicker, but it also makes a wine of Pinot Blanc with a trace of Muscat under the label Côtes d'Ammerschwihr. Most basic wines are made from vines on the plain, are rich and of consistently high standard.
Riesling : The King of Alsace wines, it is a dry, distinguished and extremely delicate wine, excellent served with fish, seafood and fowl.