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Wettolsheim is located 5 km southwest of Colmar. It is one of the cradles of the Alsatian vineyard and today one of the most important wine-producing villages in Alsace, particularly well exposed between the Three Castles of Eguisheim and the castle of Hohlandsbourg.
The Wunsch and Mann wine estate is a family estate spread over some twenty hectares of the best slopes of Wettolsheim and the surrounding villages, including the great Steingrubler and Hengst vintages.
Wunsch & Mann completes its own production by buying grapes from winegrowers committed to organic farming in the Colmar area: mainly from Wettlosheim, Eguisheim, Colmar and Wintzenheim. The purchases represent about half of the total volume and allow us to offer the Pfersigberg Grand Cru.
The MANN family has been cultivating the vineyard since 1793. In 1948, Joseph Wunsch joined Joseph Mann and they founded the Wunsch and Mann company.
The vineyard was partly destroyed or even abandoned and the means of production had been seriously damaged by the war. The whole family was mobilised and involved in this project.
In 1970, following the death of Joseph Wunsch, Joseph Mann took over the reins of the company.
4 of Joseph Mann’s 7 children then became involved in the company over the years: Jean-Louis, Michèle, Jacques, and Marc.
After his death in 1984, his wife, Marie-Rose Mann, took over the family business until 2004, when she decided to pass it on to her two sons, Jean-Louis and Jacques.
The Mann family has been working vines since 1793, Wunsch et Mann was founded in 1948 in Wettolsheim, near Colmar.
Ever since we took care of our entire growing process from the vines to the bottle.
Today, the 3rd and 4th generations manage the estate between tradition and modernity. Marc is assisted by his nephews Maxime, in charge of the vinification and Thierry, in charge of sales.