The family Muré

When Michel Muré settles in Rouffach and plants his vineyard in the 17th century, he surely has little conception of the beautiful adventure that he is setting in motion for his descendants…

In 1935, Alfred Muré extends the property with the addition of the 12-hectare (25-acre) wholly owned Clos Saint Landelin, foreseeing already its potential for exceptional quality.

Today, it is his great-grandchildren Véronique and Thomas, the 12th generation, who passionately exploit the treasures of this biodynamic monopoly and the sumptuous terroirs surrounding it. The estate covers 28 hectares, 12 of which are represented by the Clos Saint Landelin.


Nature does the things right

We accompany her every day with respect to see her fully expressed in our wines.

12 Generations Muré 

In 1650, Michel Muré moved to Westhalten and cultivated the vineyard… Almost three centuries later in 1935, his descendant Alfred Muré bought the Clos Saint Landelin.

In 1966, Oscar Muré and his brother Armand moved the family winery to Rouffach.

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Les terroirs du Domaine

The vine as a legacy

The Muré family is guided by the principle of allowing our wines to express fully the terroir in which they are grown, preserving our inheritance and respecting the savoir-faire handed down through generations. We do this by planting our vines densely, tilling thevineyards, eschewing all synthetic chemicals, practising biodynamic methods, fermenting exclusively with indigenous yeasts and using minimal intervention in the cellar – all contributory factors that year by year ensure that Muré wines can be found at all the top tables of France and around the world..



To visit us

You are welcome at the tasting room in Rouffach. We are open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 18:30, on Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 18:00 (17:00 in January and February).We are closed on Sundays and public holidays.