The Bruderthal dominates the town of Molsheim and enjoys a privileged microclimate. Covering 18,40 ha, it faces south-east, and so is sheltered from northerly winds. Its altitude does not exceed 300 metres, so it is extremely well suited to bringing grapes to optimum ripeness. Bruderthal wines are renowned for the remarkable balance between their admirable structure and elegant bouquet. The Gewurztraminer is particularly appreciated for its delicately floral aroma of acacia blossom and roses, as is the Riesling for its very intense aromatic persistence.