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Alsace Vines
Alsace is the largest producer of white wines in France. The Alsatian vineyard stretches from Strasbourg to Mulhouse, over more than 15,000 hectares (37,065 acres) of vines planted on hillsides. A fairly dry microclimate increases the impact of continental sunshine in summer and in autumn, white grapes ripen better than anywhere else in France. Since the 1960s, the region has been a pioneer in organic and biodynamic farming: more than half of the estates are certified organic. The vineyard has four types of AOC appellations and 51 identified terroirs.
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