The Cattin Family arrived in Voegtlinshoffen, famous for its wines since the Middle-Ages, in 1720. The tradition of father working with son has been passed down through the generations ever since. Today, the estate is run by Jacques senior and Jacques junior, both closely associated in the wine making process. At 50 hectares, this is one of the largest family- owned estates in Alsace. The local Grand cru is the Hatschbourg, historically noted for the quality of its Muscat. The south-east facing slopes are located at 330 metres altitude, with deep, well-drained soils that deliver powerful, concentrated wines. Such is the quality of the fruit, the Cattins built a separate cellar to accommodate the grapes.