Domaine Léon Baur
Domaine Leon Baur
Domaine Léon Baur is a family business with over 10 hectares of vineyards and is located in Eguisheim (Haut-Rhin), a medieval village and the birthplace of the vineyards in Alsace. The Village won the price for nicest flower village, the "Grand Prix National du fleurs", twice. The most famous resident of this village was Bruno of Eguisheim, which became pope in 1048 under the name LEON IX.
The walled village with its colorful houses and stunning floral displays, along with the Castle of the duke, makes this city a center of the history of Alsace.
This domain maintains the traditions that apply in Alsace. The grape varieties used here are, therefore, similar to other domains in this area.
At the heart of this medieval city lies Domaine Léon Baur.