Two families of winegrowers offer you Bed and Breakfast and Furnished Accommodation in the heart of their vineyard.
Originally, 2 or 3 generations of the same family lived on the estate.
The courtyard was the place of life where were the kitchens, the rooms where one gathered to eat, rest, as well as the stables, stables and shed.
The first floor, occupied by parents and grandparents, included the private lounges and bedrooms.
The second floor, reserved for children and their families, was also a succession of bedrooms and living rooms.
On the third floor were the workers’ quarters.
Today we are perpetuating this tradition of diversity and we open the doors of our Estate to you.
- Myriam and Caroline (Martin’s partner) welcome you in their private apartments and offer you GUEST ROOMS which include the night as well as the homemade breakfast.
Entirely independent, these accommodations, some of which are equipped with a kitchenette, are ideal for 1 to 3 people.
- We also provide you with two furnished tourist accommodation, ideally located in the city center and in a quiet area.
True independent apartments that can accommodate 2 to 4 people, they are perfect for an unforgettable stay.
Fully equipped, you will find all the comfort and space you need to enjoy the charms of our beautiful city of Colmar.
OUR HISTORY, a family passion
The JUND family is known for the famous quote from 1630, from Colmar customs column: “ In September, Martin Jund, a winegrower, discovered a bunch of grapes in his Wettolsheim vineyard that was at least a quarter of an yard long. Part of the grape was already ripe, while the other part was in bloom. ”
The anecdote obviously applies to the observed singularity. It is also reminiscent of a general notion of the medieval period which persists in the modern period. All around the city, enclosed in its ramparts, are arranged in a concentric way, and sometimes in an amphitheater if the relief lends itself to it, the fields and the vines within walking distance, the time of a return trip during the day. The Jund from Austria, who arrived in Alsace at the beginning of the 16th century, are no exception to this rule.
(1888 – 1973)
After a quarter of a century spent in Morocco, mainly in market gardening, Martin Jund, the 5th of the name, (1888-1973) and his wife, née Kopp, took over the exploitation of the Alsatian family vineyard in 1948, and bought many plots. on the Hardt de Colmar which they succeeded in grouping into four large lots with a total area of 7 hectares.
(1924 – 2008)
When Martin Jund died in 1973, his daughter Annie Jund, married Ducros, took over the estate.
Manager from 1969 to 1980, she perpetuated the vineyard and in 1970 opted for bottling at the estate.
It is the start of a great adventure, and she will constantly be keen to pass on to her children and grandchildren, her passion and her commitment to viticulture, Alsace wines and the preservation of the family heritage.
André et Myriam
Since 1980 André Ducros, born in 1956, the son of Annie Jund, and his wife Myriam Wolfersperger, born in 1956, from Michelbach near Cernay, have taken over the operation. Both, holders of a BTAG obtained in Rouffach, were keen to continue developing the family vineyard both in terms of sales in bottles and in terms of terroirs.
Now retired, they have entrusted their children with an 18 ha vineyard which stretches from Turkheim to Bennwihr, passing through Katzenthal, Ammerschwihr, Kaysersberg and Kientzheim, and has no less than 5 Grands Crûs.
At the same time, they have also developed a bed and breakfast activity, allowing tourists to discover the charms of Alsace as well as the products and know-how of the Domaine.
Sébastien, Cécile et Martin
Today their three children are involved in this family adventure.
Martin, the youngest takes care of the vines. It is he who manages the vineyard and its different terroirs, from pruning to harvest.
Of course he also participates in the wine making and the sale.
Sébastien, the eldest, takes care of the marketing of the estate’s wines, reception in the cellar, tasting and wine tourism.
It is also he who takes care of the vinification.
Cécile, the youngest, is never far to give an effective helping hand to the smooth running of the company.