ené Muré and his children, Véronique and Thomas, represent the 11th and 12th generations of winegrowers in the family. Michel Muré set up shop in Westhalten in 1650, near Rouffach, to grow vines. In 1935 Alfred Muré, René’s grandfather, acquired Clos Saint Landelin, a 12 hectare vineyard that’s remained solely in family ownership ever since, and is farmed biodynamically.
Clos Saint Landelin is on marl-limestone terrain making up the southern tip of Grand Cru Vorbourg. All 12 hectares are owned exclusively by the Muré family. With its iron-rich clay, this site is very favourable for producing red wines from the Pinot Noir grape. It sells just as well cellar door as it does in independent merchants or restaurants. Our export clients are also very keen on it.