Registered name: Huber & Bleger

Head offices:

6 Route du Vin,

68590 Saint-Hippolyte

Director of publication: Mr. Franck BLEGER


Telephone: +33 3 89 73 01 12

Hours (CET): Monday to Friday: 8 am - 12 pm / 2 pm - 6 pm | Saturday: 9 am - 12 pm / 2 pm - 6 pm

EARL (limited liability agricultural concern)

RCS registration no.: COLMAR TI 409 064 680

SIRET registration no.: 40906468000013

APE activity code: 0121Z – Grapevine cultivation

EU VAT no.: FR07409064680

Registered capital: €39,280.00

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Telephone: +33 3 89 79 18 89



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Photography: Olivier Wymann - Heliaka –

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Photography: Libellia –

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