This wine tour not only allows you to taste exceptional wines, but also to immerse yourself in Alsace’s history, culture and traditions.

An Enchanted Itinerary

Stretching over 170 kilometers, the Alsace Wine Route winds its way through rolling countryside and picturesque villages. From Marlenheim in the north to Thann in the south, this itinerary passes through more than 70 communes, each offering its own unique charm and incomparable viticultural wealth. Wine-lovers can enjoy emblematic grape varieties such as Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris and many more.

Discoveries and encounters

Travelling the Alsace Wine Route also means meeting the passionate winegrowers who perpetuate age-old winegrowing traditions. Wineries open their doors to visitors, offering tastings, cellar tours and explanations of winemaking techniques. These enriching encounters allow visitors to better understand the meticulous work and love of terroir behind every bottle.

Cultural and architectural heritage

The Alsace Wine Route is dotted with medieval villages and historic towns such as Riquewihr, Eguisheim and Kaysersberg. These towns are renowned for their half-timbered houses, cobbled streets and fortifications. Along the way, visitors can also discover castles, abbeys and churches that bear witness to the region’s rich and complex history.

Gastronomy and wine

Alsace is also famous for its delicious cuisine, which goes perfectly with the local wines. Restaurants and inns along the route offer regional specialties such as sauerkraut, baeckeoffe and tartes flambées, often served with aromatic white wines. Local markets and wine festivals are perfect occasions to enjoy these food and wine pairings.


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