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The wealth or the alsacian cartularies and charter-binders would only be erudites treat if it hadn't formed the historical basis of the delimitation of the Alsace grands crus lieux-dits.

The status of Alsace wine region is a case apart within the French wine regions.

Consequently, the climate is more temperated than expected at this latitude: the annual mean temperature is about 1.5 °C higher.

The climate is semi-continental and dry with hot springs, sunny and dry summers, long autumns and cold winters.

Each of the Grands Crus benefits from a microclimate, inevitably different from place to place.

As of 2011, all wines are white and can be produced from the noble Alsace varieties: Riesling, Muscat, Pinot gris and Gewürztraminer grapes.

The lords of Hohlandsbourg and the bailiff of Kayserberg shared its feodal rignts until the French Revolution.

Between 1000 and Renaissance, each other Alsacian lieux-dits has been owned or a fief of the nobility or the clergy.

However, it doesn't mean that blends of these varieties are allowed.50-70% Riesling, 10-25% Pinot gris, 10-25% Gewürztraminer; Up to 10% total of Pinot blanc, Pinot noir, Muscat Ottonel, Muscat blanc à petits grains, Muscat rose à petits grain, Chasselas if these varieties were planted before 26 March 2005.

Thus, the yield of the vineyards has to be 55 hectoliter per hectare or less, the wine has to come from a single named vineyard (which is called a lieu-dit in Alsace) of Grand Cru status, and the name of the vineyard must be listed on the label.

As of 2011, 51 lieux-dits are listed as Grand Cru, the latest addition being Kaefferkopf of Ammerschwihr in January 2007.

After 1919's Treaty of Versailles and Alsace's return into France, German law mainly remained force in this previously Reichsland as local law, introduced as soon as 1919 and legalized in 1924.

This situation held up the recognition of Alsace wines.