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Thumbnail Alsatian Wine Tasting at Domaine Achillée
Selestat-Erstein, Bas-Rhin (Alsace)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 40
From €27.00
“Discover this eco-responsible cellar located in the center of the Alsace wine route during the visit and tasting experience”
Thumbnail Cellar Visit and Wine tasting at Domaine François Baur
Colmar, Haut-Rhin (Alsace)
1 Hour
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 18
From €14.00
“Visit to the two cellars of the estate, followed by a tasting of 5 organic wines.”
Thumbnail Visit & Wine tasting at Domaine Le Freud in Pfaffenheim
Thann, Haut-Rhin (Alsace)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 50
From €10.00
“Indulge in a guided tour of this family estate, followed by a delightful tasting of approximately 10 wines in the cellar.”
Thumbnail Visit of the Estate & Alsace Wine Tasting at Domaine Stentz-Buecher
Colmar, Haut-Rhin (Alsace)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 25
From €19.00
“Enjoy a cellar tour, explore the estate's prized wine library, and taste 5 organic wines.”

More information on Alsace

Alsace, located in the eastern part of France, is a region famous for its wine and rich history. The region is situated along the Rhine River, and borders Germany to the east. It has a unique blend of French and German culture due to its location and historical influences. Alsace is renowned for its picturesque villages, castles, wineries and vineyards. The region has a rich wine-making history that dates back to the Roman era, and it's a must-visit destination for wine lovers and foodies alike.

Alsace is a wine lover's paradise, with over 170 kilometers of vineyards and seven major wine routes. The region is famous for its white wines, particularly Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Pinot Gris. Visitors can embark on wine tours to experience the different flavors and aromas of the wines produced in Alsace. There are many wine-related activities and events offered by local wineries throughout the year, including wine tastings, vineyard tours, and grape harvest festivals.

Which food to taste in Alsace?

Alsace is renowned for its culinary specialties that complement its wine. Some of the local dishes include tarte flambée, a thin, crispy pizza-like dish topped with cream, bacon, and onions, and choucroute, a traditional dish of sauerkraut and different meats. Alsace is also famous for its cheese, particularly Munster and the soft, creamy goat cheese called cendré d'Alsace. Visitors can indulge in the region's cuisine and wine at local restaurants and wineries during wine tastings, when they can enjoy traditional Alsatian dishes paired with the perfect wine.

Which wines to taste in Alsace?

Wineries in Alsace are known for producing high-quality white wines, and the grapes are grown in a unique climate and soil. The region's main grape varieties include Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, Sylvaner, Muscat, and Pinot Blanc. Each grape variety produces a distinct wine with different flavors and aromas, which visitors will be able to appreciate during the many wine tastings. Riesling, for example, produces a dry and fruity wine with floral and citrus notes, while Gewürztraminer produces a rich and aromatic wine with flavors of lychee and rose petals.

Which is the best season to visit Alsace?

The best time to visit Alsace is in the spring or fall when the weather is mild, and the vineyards are in full bloom or changing colors. Spring is the ideal time to experience the grapevine bud break, and visitors can enjoy the fresh aroma of the grapevine flowers. Fall, on the other hand, is the perfect time for grape harvesting festivals and wine tastings, where visitors can taste freshly pressed wine.

What things to do in Alsace?

Alsace has many attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy, including the beautiful town of Colmar, known for its picturesque canals and half-timbered houses. Strasbourg, the capital of the region, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral. Additionally, there are many local wineries and restaurants that offer wine tastings and traditional Alsatian cuisine, providing visitors with an unforgettable experience.

In conclusion, Alsace is a beautiful region that offers a unique blend of French and German culture, beautiful landscapes, and exquisite wines and cuisine. Visitors can experience the region's history, culture, and food and wine by embarking on wine tours, indulging in local cuisine, and exploring the many attractions and activities. A visit to Alsace is a must for wine lovers and foodies looking for a unique and unforgettable experience.