Hugel et Fils, founded in 1639 in Riquewhir, is still 100% family-owned and managed by the 12th generation. Annual
production of 110,000 cases comes from 70 acres of family estate and 300 acres farmed under contract. Over 90% is
exported, to more than 100 countries worldwide, especially to Asia, and the distinctive yellow Hugel label was first seen in Singapore 75 years ago. Alsace’s unique climate allows grapes to ripen slowly, giving dry, aromtic wines with great finesse and intensity, making them a perfect match to contemporary European and Asian styles of cusine. Hugel wines express the pure character of each Alsace grape variety, without oak or sweetening, and the family pioneered the rare late-harvest Vendange Tardive and Selection de Grains Nobles wines.