Jean-Martin Geyl produced wine in 1795, laying the roots for winemaking that would span generations. Domaine Bott-Geyl was taken over by Jean-Christophe Bott in 1993, and since then has gone through major changes. The ushering in of organic farming practices in 2000 was followed by the introduction of biodynamic farming in 2002. These elements were part of Jean-Christophe Bott’s philosophy, one that also includes low yields minimalist vinification. The winery currently has 15 hectares of vines, of which 6 are Grand Crus and 4 are Lieux-dits. The winemakers work tirelessly to bring out the uniqueness of their terroir in every wine produced. Eighty parcels of land, spread over 7 communes, constitute the ongoing legacy that is Domaine Bott-Geyl.