Meyer's Blended Whisky
The Meyer distillery is located in the heart of the valley of Villé, in the hamlet of Hohwarth. Like many distillers, its founder, Fridolin Meyer, had specialized in traditional white alcohols typical of the north-east of France: kirsch, Mirabelle, marc de gewurztraminer etc. Liqueurs as well as rarer alcohols (alisier, elderflowers, ...) quickly enriched its offer. In 1975, his son Jean-Claude took over the distillery. In 2009, the F. Meyer distillery is the most awarded in France with 153 medals (including 70 gold medals) won at the General Agricultural Competition of Paris in 50 years of existence.