Each of the 170 km of the Wine Route invites you to approach a region where life is an art.
The oldest in France, it is an inexhaustible source of surprises and a change of scenery and deserves your visit!
Charming city which has known how to enhance its historical heritage. City of history with its 3 castles, its medieval fortifications, the city still retains today part of its ramparts and some of its defensive towers. The large main street, pedestrian and commercial, is home to many craft shops for you to discover the heritage of the city. Parking at the bottom of the village.
Medieval city, located in the heart of the Alsatian vineyard, classified among the “Most Beautiful Villages of France”. This magnificent city has for centuries combined the quality of its architecture with that of its wines, hence its name “Pearl of the Alsatian vineyard”. The shimmering colors of the houses on the main street and the “Tower of Thieves” which overlooks the village give all its grandeur to the city. Parking at the bottom of the village.
Illuminated landmark on the Wine Route, Kaysersberg surprises with the charm of its medieval sites grouped around the church and the fortified bridge dominated by the castle. Its strategic position revives the memory of the Roman road which linked Alsace to Lorraine. It is one of the most charming towns in Alsace with its cobbled streets and richly decorated half-timbered houses. Parking at the bottom of the village.
This charming town has been listed as one of the “Most Beautiful Villages in France” since 2003. Eguisheim draws its claim to fame from its unique architectural ensemble, preserved from the ravages of history and intelligently preserved. Built around its castle, this medieval city unfolds in concentric circles. Entirely pedestrian, this city has also become the refuge of many winegrowers who offer here visits to cellars and an immersion in Alsatian wine. ❤️ Favorite
Le Domaine Jean-Louis et Fabienne MANN
We invite you to discover our family cellar, on a human scale. You will be able to understand the way of making our wines and our work philosophy. Then, from the 7 Alsatian grape varieties, Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Muscat, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir, as well as a Crémant, we will make you taste our wines from the terroirs that we want to be of great finesse, with a strong and independent personality for each plot. Visit by reservation: €10 per adult.
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Second tourist town of Bas-Rhin, located 30 minutes from Colmar, Obernai is located on the Alsace wine route. Legendary birthplace of Saint Odile, the patron saint of Alsace, the medieval town offers many curiosities and a city center full of life. The ramparts that surround the city bear witness to its past as a royal city. Take advantage of your visit to climb the Mont National, on the heights of the city and enjoy the view of the plain of Alsace. Free tourist parking at the Remparts.
ROBERT BLANC WINERY
The cellar is open for tours and tastings, for individuals and groups. Discover our traditional cellar composed only of oak barrels and our know-how thanks to a guided tour:
Reservation required for individuals and tasting.
Reservation required for groups.
The southernmost town on the Wine Route, Thann has become the engine of its valley. Many tourist attractions are to be discovered in the surroundings, in particular the Collegiate Church, a jewel of flamboyant Gothic art, the castle of Engelbourg and the South Gate of the Alsace Wine Route in Thann. Do not hesitate to explore the valley to discover tourist sites such as the geological paths of the valley and the Wesserling Park.