Since 1776, Bernard HAAS & Fils are involved in the wine industry. With passion and savoir faire, we bring together tradition and innovation. The results of long days worked in a well-known vineyard carried out with dedication.
Located in the heart of the Alsatian Wine Road, the medieval city of Kaysersberg is renowned for several facts; Doctor Albert Schweitzer’s native village, awarded Nobel Peace Prize, abundant history dating back to 1227, its notorious wines paired gastronomy, and famous Christmas market.
Our family winery in Kaysersberg is near the civil hospital and the town hall. We also are in close proximity to the emblematic Church (13th-16th Centuries) and the imperial castle with its fortified towers (13th Century). In 2017, the city of Kaysersberg was elected “French people’s favorite village” for its beautiful pathways and famous half-timbering houses.
For several generations, we have worked independently, from the harvest, bottling, to the sale. All of our wines come from our very own harvest and all the vinification process takes place in our family cellar. The same can be said for the bottling, labeling and sale of our wines.
Our vineyard is located at the gates of the city of Kaysersberg, to the left and the right of the castle.
To the right, there is an exceptional terroir, which is the first classified Grand Cru in Alsace; the Grand Cru Schlossberg.
Our vineyard faces south and sits on a very steep hillside where terraces have been built. With a microclimate, clay and sandy soil, the Grand Cru Schlossberg is profitable for the Riesling and the Gewurztraminer. It admirably gives well-balanced, rich and fine wines with mineral, floral or subtle fruity aromas.
Our vineyard located to the left of the castle is named “Côtes the Kaysersberg”. Also along the steep slopes, this terroir expresses distinctive and very fruity wines with delicate finesse aromas.
Our business is exceptional being that it is family owned for generations. All year long, we work on eleven hectares of vineyard. Sixty percent of the vineyard is represented by three grape varieties; the Riesling, the Gewurztraminer and the Pinot Gris.
We work in sustainable agriculture and we recently obtained the HVE certification (High Environmental Value). We apply a variety of techniques in up keeping the vineyard including tillage, partial grass and reaping.
During the harvest, everything is manually done and the yields are lowered to favor the concentration of aromas in the grapes.
We produce the seven Alsatian grape varieties under AOC Alsace (Appellation d’Origine Controllée). These wines can be made from only one grape variety.
We also produce Grand Cru wines, late harvest, AOC Crémant and Sélection de Grains Nobles.
Blend white wine of Riesling (50%), Pinot Blanc (40%) and Gewurztraminer (10%) produced from our oldest parcels with low yields. Open nose on floral and white fruits aromas. Elegant wine, full and rich in the mouth with a nice acidity and freshness.
Food and Wine pairing : pleasant wine to drink in aperitif or pair with white meat, poultry, grilled fish and sushis.
100% Pinot Noir. This Pinot Noir comes from Kayserberg which has a clay-limestone soil. Open nose on ripe fruits notes, dark cherry, blackcurrant and spices. Gourmet and structured wine with silky tannins.
Food and Wine pairing : red meats and game, duck, poultry, charcuteries and cheeses.
This Cremant is produced according to the traditional method. With its fine, light and elegant bubbles, the Cremant will give the festive touch to all your events.
Food & Wine pairing : aperitif and desserts, seafood, crustacean, scallop, grilled fish, white meat, …
The Edelzwicker is a blend wine of different Alsatian grape varieties. It is a dry, fresh and lightly fruity white wine.
Food & Wine pairing : aperitif, basic dishes, fish, mixed salads, …
Dry and subtle perfumed white wine with a light color. Discreet nose, it opens up on fruity and floral notes. With a nice vivacity and freshness on the mouth, the Sylvaner is a pleasant and thirst-quenching wine.
Old vines from Kaysersberg
Food and Wine pairing : fish, seafood and crustacean, sushis, savory pies or quiches, salads, charcuteries, …
With its pale gold color, the Pinot Blanc offers a fresh and subtle nose. Suppleness and freshness are combined to give a delicate roundness on the mouth. Its light acidity makes it a lively and pleasant wine.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, starters, charcuteries, white meat and poultry, fish, Raclette, …
Well-known in Alsace and all over the world, the Riesling is a dry, racy and lightly fruity white wine. Very expressive nose with citrus fruits, floral and mineral notes. A mineral attack on the mouth with a crisp acidity.
Food and Wine pairing : raw and grilled fish, seafood and crustacean, traditional sauerkraut, white and roast meat, Raclette, goat cheese, …
Ideal during the summer time! With its nice raspberry color, the Rosé offers a fresh nose with red fruits aromas. Refreshing and fruity on the palate, with a nice roundness, strawberry and cherry notes.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, barbecue, white meat, salads and crudités, …
Pinot Noir is the only red grape variety in Alsace. With its ruby red color, its nose opens up on black and red fruits aromas as raspberry and cherry. This wine is light, delightful and brings freshness and fruitiness. It should be drunk cool and it will perfectly goes with your meals.
Food and Wine pairing : game and red meat, terrine and charcuteries, barbecue, Camembert and Brie cheese, …
It is the same feeling as biting into a fresh grape! Delightful and dry, the Muscat offers a powerful bouquet of fresh fruits. In the mouth, the grape is ever-present with floral notes. It opens up with a fruity and crunchy first impression and end with a crisp acidity.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, asparagus and crunchy vegetables, smoked salmon, …
With its discreet but really complex nose, the Pinot Gris offers undergrowth aromas, lightly smoked. Well-balanced and fruity with a nice roundness and a long finished, it presents a perfect balance.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, white meat and poultry, red meat, Comté cheese and Gruyere, …
It is a true aromatic pallet that characterized the Gewurztraminer! The bouquet is powerful and complex, and developed rich exotic fruits aromas as pineapple and lychee completed by spices. With a round attack, this wine is ample and fruity. Long finished and explosive mix of aromas on the mouth.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, salty-sweet dishes, spicy food, strong cheeses as Munster, desserts, …
The Pinot Gris Vieilles Vignes owns a nice yellow gold color. On the nose, it offers smoked aromas typical of this grape. Nice round amplitude on the mouth completed with a well-structured freshness and a long finished.
Old vines from Kaysersberg
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, foie gras, salty-sweet dishes, Comté and Beaufort cheeses, …
The Pinot Gris Fût de Chêne was aged in French oak barrels during 6 to 9 months. On the nose, it is complex and woody. This Pinot Gris is vinified dry with a rich attack on the mouth. Well-structured and powerful wine with vanilla notes and a long finished.
Food and Wine pairing : meat and poultry, duck, fish in sauce, …
Close to a late harvest wine, this Pinot Gris is powerful with a strong character. Nice round amplitude with a nose, which opens up on smoked and dried apricot notes. Elegant and gourmet Cuvée.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, pan-fried duck foie gras, strong cheeses as Epoisses, salty-sweet dishes, desserts and pies, …
Aged in French oak barrels during 8 to 9 months, its ruby red dress reveals garnet-colored reflects. The nose, complex and elegant, develops woody and red fruits aromas. On the mouth, fruity aromas and complexity give a structured final.
Food and Wine pairing : red meat, game, charcuteries, barbecue, strong cheeses, …
This Gewurztraminer distinguishes itself by a wonderful aromas complexity, a powerful and elegant structure. Its exotic nose blends candied fruits as lychee, peach and pineapple. In the mouth, abundance and delicacy offer a perfect balance.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, pan-fried duck foie gras, Asian food, salty-sweet dishes, spicy food, desserts, …
First classified Growth in Alsace, the Riesling Schlossberg distinguishes itself by an exceptional freshness and minerality. It opens up on an elegant aromatic complexity with citrus fruits and white flowers aromas. In the mouth, a lightly roundness and a crisp acidity offer a perfect balance.
Food and Wine pairing : grilled or in sauce fish, seafood, sushis, white meat, Choucroute, …
With its exceptional South exposure on the Grand Cru Schlossberg, this wine distinguished itself by an exceptional richness and delicacy. With an intense yellow gold color, this Grand Cru offers spices and subtle nutty notes. It is a powerful and harmonious wine. On the mouth and on the nose, it is a real festival of exotic aromas.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, foie gras, desserts, spicy food, goat cheese toasts, …
Straw-yellow color with gold highlights. Complex nose well-developed on candied fruits and acacia notes. On the mouth, the freshness of the grape and the roundness of the Late Harvest offer a perfect balance.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, foie gras, sushis, smoked salmon, citrus pies and desserts, …
Bright color with gold highlights. Its nose is harmonious and intense with ripped and candied fruits notes as peach and apricot. On the mouth, a real aromatic explosion and an intense concentration bring a long finished.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, foie gras, fruity desserts, pies and cakes, …
Intense yellow gold color. Powerful and perfumed nose with candied fruits notes and honey aromas. It distinguishes itself by an intense concentration and an incredible aromatic power.
Food and Wine pairing : aperitif, foie gras, desserts, strong cheeses, …
– All our tours are available in French and English.
– Reservation can be made by phone 03.89.47.12.58 ou via our contact form.
– Excepting during the harvest.
We welcome you in our wine tasting area for a comments tasting of 4 or 5 wines.
Duration: can be adapted according your time
Free until 15 persons
We welcome you in our wine tasting area with a comments tasting of 5 wines., followed by a visit of the winemaking cellar.
Duration: about 1 hour
4 to 50 persons – 5€/person
Reservation 24 hours in advance
We welcome you in our wine tasting area followed by a visit of the winemaking cellar with a comments tasting of 6 wines including 2 Grands Crus + Pretzel.
Duration: about 1 hour
4 to 50 persons – 7€/person
Reservation 24 hours in advance
We take you for a walk to discover the vineyard of Kaysersberg and its fabulous Grand Cru Schlossberg, by going through the medieval castle dating back to the 13th Century. Then we welcome you for a visit in our winemaking cellar with a comments tasting of 6 wines including 2 Grands Crus + 1 Prestige wine + Pretzel.
Duration: about 1 hour 30
4 to 20 persons – 10€/person
Reservation 24 hours in advance
– DISON / BELGIQUE (B-4820)
Les 9 et 10 Octobre 2021
Espace Tremplin, rue du Moulin 30A, 4820 DISON
– CINEY / BELGIQUE (B-5590)
Les 22, 23 et 24 Octobre 2021
– HARDELOT / France (62152)
Les 5, 6 et 7 Novembre 2021
– BELLEFONTAINE / BELGIQUE (B-6730) près de Tintigny/Arlon
Les 6 (Après-midi) & 7 Novembre 2021
Rue Jean-Charles-de-Hugo, 77.
– SOVET / BELGIQUE (B-5590)
Les 20 et 21 Novembre 2021
HALL AgriSovet – Rue de Braibant 18.
– LE TOUQUET / FRANCE
Les 5 et 6 Février 2022
Salle des Quatres Saisons
Avenue de l’Hipodrome, Le Touquet-Paris-Plage.
Come visit us in our wine-tasting cellar! You will have the opportunity to taste our complete wine ranges in a welcoming and awe-inspiring atmosphere.
We organize comments about cellar and vineyard visits. Groups are more than welcome, with a 50 persons capacity and by appointment only. We are excited to share our passion and appreciation with you as well as explain all the working process of a winegrower.
Our operating hours :
Our wine-tasting cellar is conveniently open from Monday to Saturday (9 AM – 12 PM; 2 PM – 6 PM) April to December. We are also open on Sundays (9 AM -12 PM and the afternoon by appointment).
From January to March, it is better to call in advance before visiting, as we are often in the vineyard during this time.