Domain SOHLER Philippe
The ambition to reveal the quintessence of our terroirs
In the heart of the Alsatian vineyards, Domaine SOHLER Philippe is located in Nothalten, a small village on the Alsace wine road between Haut-Koenigsbourg and Mont St-Odile.
It is around this small village that our Winery covers an area of 11 Ha.
The grape variety is made up of 7 Alsatian grape varieties: Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Muscat, Pinot Blanc and Sylvaner.
We benefit from a great diversity of soils: sandstone, granite, limestone, clay, shale... Which transmit to the Alsatian grape varieties their full maturity and reveal all their complexities in our wines.
The harmony of the senses
Fruit of our practices in the vineyard and the cellar,
the range of our wines is divided into three categories :
A little tour of the Winery ?
Discovery of the cellar and commented tasting of wine: On reservation throughout the year, from 8 € per person for 3 wines. Prices according to the number of people and the number of wines tasted. Group rate from 10 people.
Discovery of the vineyard, visit the cellar and commented wine tasting : On reservation throughout the year, from 15 € per person for 3 wines tasted. Prices according to the number of people and the number of wines tasted. Group rate from 10 people.
Picnic at the winemaker's : On Whit Monday by reservation, meals and cutlery are taken from the bag. Throughout the day our wines are offered for tasting. It's a convivial day of sharing around the passion of
Dinner in the heart of the vineyard : On reservation Wednesdays between mid-July and mid-August, from 40 € per person. This is a unique moment of sharing and conviviality around the daily life of the winemakers, followed by a dinner in an exceptional setting: the Grand Cru Muenchberg. The meal concocted by our restaurateur partner is accompanied by wines from our cellar.
A little word to the winemaker ...
Just a visit ? No problem, the winery is open! Just remember to tell us about your visit to make sure someone is there at your arrival ... The work of the winemaker often happens in the vineyards.