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Domaine Frederic Mochel, Traenheim, Alsace, stock photography samples, by Per Karlsson, BKWine.
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Domaine Frederic Mochel is a family wine estate in the town of Traenheim, in the Alsace wine region in France. The Mochel family has been making wine in Traenheim since 1669.
Their best wine comes from the Grand Cru vineyard Altenberg de Bergbieten where they have 5 hectares of out the grand cru’s total of 29 ha. They make wine from seven different grape varieties: sylvaner, pinot blanc (and auxerrois), riesling, pinot gris, gewurztraminer and pinot noir. The Domaine Frederic Mochel has in total 10 ha of vineyards.
They also make what has almost become a rarity, the Alsace Edelzwicker, which is a blend of different grapes. Most Alsatian wines are otherwise bottled as single varietals. They also make one they call Klevner from pinot blanc and the close relative auxerrois (that can be bottled under the pinot blanc name). Another unusual cuvée they make is a wine called Trovium. It is a dry white wine that they have aged in oak barrels.
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Alsace Domaine Frederic Mochel – stock photo samples – Images by Per Karlsson
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