Located in the heart of Alsace, Domaines Schlumberger was established in 1810 by Nicolas Schlumberger. According to our Domaines Schlumberger wine reviews, Nicolas actually set up a factory of fabric machines in Guebwiller at that time and on the same land were vineyards of which he purchased 50 acres. Originally "The Princes Abbés” monks of Murbach controlled the vineyard in the 1600s, which is the inspiration for the Domaine Schlumberger wines bearing the same name. After centuries of Domaine Schlumberger Vineyards being family owned and run, it is now Alain and Séverine Schlumberger overseeing all winery operations. Since 2003 all the estate is cultivated using sustainable farming and since 2006 75 acres are now biodynamically farmed. There are three various lines of Domaine Schlumberger wines including The Princess Abbes, The Grand Crus and The Collections utilizing Sylvaner, Muscat, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer grape varieties with their finest selections coming from the Riesling plantings. To learn more about these wines be sure to look through our Domaine Schlumberger wine ratings below.