estroyed during the Second World War, Maison Pierre Sparr Successeurs was rebuilt at that time by Pierre Sparr who put his clout and standing behind it. Now a very established exporter, this estate sells 700,000 bottles per year and makes wines and crémant from the famous Clos Sainte-Odile vineyard in Obernai. They have a few exceptional single-site wines such as Riesling Lieu-Dit Altenbourg or Gewurztraminer Sélection de Grains Nobles.
This Crémant, based on Chardonnay, is sourced from Clos Sainte-Odile, one of very few Alsace single-sites situated in Obernai. With 15 hectares of vines on terraces supported by walls several metres high, its location and exposure make it a highly expressive terroir. Since vintage 2011, Maison Pierre Sparr Successeurs has taken over farming and selling this vineyard.