The Domaine Durrmann is located in the municipality of Andlau, a beautiful village located on the first slopes of the Vosges mountains south-west of Strasbourg where vines have been cultivated for over a thousand years. The Domaine was created in 1979 with some vineyards owned by Yann's grandfather, who was a shoemaker and supplemented his income by selling grapes. Gradually it has grown to reach a total area of seven hectares after André, the grandson and current owner, decided to return to farming and give new life to abandoned vineyards. This lack of a consolidated and family winemaking tradition initially presented a weakness because the whole company had to be built, but it is also a strength because the company has not limited itself to traditional customs, and therefore has always been oriented towards 'innovation. The Durrmans think that the quality of the wine depends on the work in the vineyard, which is why no chemicals are used. In the cellar the approach is the most natural one can imagine; there are no chemical interventions, no clarifications, no filtration and all the wines are without added sulfur. Annual production varies from 25,000 to 40,000 bottles according to the season.