The presence of the ZEYSSOLFF family in Alsace dates back to the 15th century. In 1778, Jean-Daniel ZEYSSOLFF, a winegrower in Gertwiller, in the heart of the Alsatian vineyards, founded the ZEYSSOLFF House. Since then, the tradition of vine and wine has been handed down from father to son for ten generations. All the grape varieties of Alsace are offered by the House ZEYSSOLFF. In 1997, Yvan ZEYSSOLFF took over the family business.
The domain is in organic conversion since 2018. For ten years, the House of ZEYSSOLFF has been moving towards a wine tourism approach, by opening its store "Au Péché Vigneron" under the family house. The store was completely redesigned and adapted to the public and the environment in 2015. In 2020, complete renovation of the barrel cellar, creation of a new vat room and development of a scenographic space with 180° immersive video
The Maison ZEYSSOLFF is also a dining bar, a tea room, a delicatessen store, a sensory space and numerous wine tourism activities for young and old.