Gastronomy

Alsatian gastronomy is a true invitation to taste buds. Famous for its generous and refined cuisine, this region of northeastern France offers an abundance of tasty dishes. Alsatian specialties include sauerkraut, baeckeoffe, flammekueches and cheese. Thanks to Bonjour Alsace, don't wait any longer to discover Alsace's culinary delights.

Alsatian gastronomy is a true invitation to taste buds. Famous for its generous and refined cuisine, this region of northeastern France offers an abundance of tasty dishes. Alsatian specialties include sauerkraut, baeckeoffe, flammekueches and cheese. Thanks to Bonjour Alsace, don't wait any longer to discover Alsace's culinary delights.

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Pass'Alsace : visit Alsace from north to south

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A pass to visit the whole of Alsace!

All-you-can-eat snacks

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6
2 h
| Gertwiller

Wine tour, tasting and Alsatian meal - 100% immersive experience

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55
Favorite: according to reviews!
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1 h
| Gertwiller

Christmas Wine Tour

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25
The magic of Christmas

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1 h 30
| Ammerschwihr

Parenthèse Vigneronne 'introduction to wine tasting' - tasting

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60
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0 h 45
| Wihr-au-Val

Discovering the wines of Alsace

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6
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1 h
| Ammerschwihr

Discovery Tasting of Alsace wines

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15
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1 h
| Bennwihr

Tasting of 6 wines

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13
Free activity for children
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3 h
| Strasbourg

Strasbourg Food Tour

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89

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2 h
| Mittelwihr

Gourmet aperitif at the Independent Winegrower's

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Gastronomy en Alsace

What are the most iconic culinary specialties of Alsace?

Alsace is a French region renowned for its rich and diverse gastronomy, but among its emblematic culinary specialties, Alsace wines hold a special place. The region is famous for its winemaking tradition dating back centuries, producing some of France's most renowned wines. Alsatian grape varieties range from dry and fruity Riesling to spicy Gewurztraminer, as well as Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. Each grape variety offers distinct flavors and aromas that reflect the unique Alsatian terroir.

Alsace wines are cherished for their fresh, fruity, and aromatic character, and they pair perfectly with local cuisine. They are often served alongside traditional Alsatian dishes such as sauerkraut, tarte flambée, baeckeoffe, and spaetzles. These wines are also excellent as an aperitif or to accompany Alsatian cheese platters, such as Munster or goat cheese.

Alsace wines are produced in family estates and cooperative cellars throughout the region, and many vineyards offer tours and tastings to allow visitors to discover their expertise and passion for winemaking.

Whether for wine connoisseurs or food enthusiasts, tasting Alsace wines is an essential experience to delve into the culinary richness of this beautiful French region.

Are there cooking classes available to learn French cuisine?

In Alsace, there are cooking classes available to learn French cuisine, notably with chef Florian Duc. This talented chef offers cooking classes at home, where he comes to your place to share his culinary expertise and teach you the secrets of French cuisine. Whether you're a beginner or a culinary enthusiast, these personalized classes allow you to discover and refine your cooking skills.

During these classes, you can learn to prepare dishes such as fish, chicken supreme, sea bream fillet, and many other specialties. Chef Florian Duc will guide you through each step of the preparation, sharing tips and professional techniques to enhance flavors and textures.

These cooking classes also provide an opportunity to enjoy a friendly moment with family or friends, while tasting the dishes you've prepared together. This way, you can experience the richness of French cuisine and create unforgettable memories.

Whether you're a passionate cooking enthusiast or simply curious to learn new recipes, cooking classes with chef Florian Duc in Alsace offer a rewarding experience that allows you to immerse yourself in the art of French culinary in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Are there any Alsatian tastings?

In Alsace, wine tastings are a deeply ingrained tradition in the local culture. The region is globally renowned for its exceptional wines, especially white wines such as Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, and Muscat. Many vineyards and wineries open their doors to visitors and offer tastings to introduce their finest vintages.

During these tastings, winemakers warmly welcome you and share their passion for wine by explaining the characteristics of each grape variety and the uniqueness of their terroir. You'll have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of wines, ranging from dry to sweet, including sparkling wines like Crémant d'Alsace.

Some tastings are accompanied by traditional Alsatian dishes, such as assortments of local cheeses, pretzels, or tarte flambée, to enhance the flavors and create a complete gastronomic experience.

Tastings in Alsace are a true invitation to explore the region's wines and a unique opportunity to appreciate the richness of the Alsatian terroir. Whether you're a wine enthusiast or simply curious to taste authentic products, these oenological experiences will leave you with memorable impressions of your stay in Alsace.

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