CATTIN - Alsace wines

Welcome to Alsace, where vines and soils offer to people vibrating wines, intense and pure.

Find out how the Maison Joseph Cattin, independent and family-owned, unites for 300 years, the originality of its soils to the richness of its varieties in order to give birth to a noble and elegant range.

For the last three centuries, the Cattin’s family, settled in Voegtlinshoffen, Alsace, has been dedicated to the vines’ culture and wines’ production. The history of the domaine is linked to the fate of important characters of the family. Talented winemakers, each generation has contributed to development of the family-owned Estate.

A Winemaker Family

Nowadays, inheritors are gathered around Jacques Cattin, current manager of the company. Jacques (Father) works in collaboration with his son, Jacques (Son), who is in charge of the winemaking and the sales department. Jacques Father’s brother, Jean-Marie, manages the vineyard operations.

Discover the Estate

A unique vineyard

Owning more than 65 hectares of vines the Cattin represent one of the largest family-owned Estates in Alsace. The plots, located either under Grand Cru appellation, AOC Crémant d’Alsace or AOC Alsace, are spread over three localisation : in Voegtlinshoffen, around Steinbach and near Colmar.

Exceptional soils of the Cattin Winery

The Art of Winemaking

The winemaking process, coming from our ancestral know-how, includes currently modern means of production in order to preserve the high quality as well as the unavoidable uniqueness of Joseph Cattin’s fine wines. Our wineries in Voegtlinshoffen and in Steinbach respect the valuable expertise and the passion for wines which was transmetted for generations. The acquired expertise enables us to enhance the quality of our vintages.

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THE COLLECTION

Authentic representative of the Alsatian vineyard, Joseph Cattin Winery offers a wide range of Alsatian wines included AOC Alsace, AOC Alsace Grand Cru, a large variety of Alsatian Crémants as well as spirits (Eaux de Vie from Alsace).