Wine route

The Alsace Wine Route is an invitation to discover the region's winegrowing treasures. Following the slopes of the Vosges foothills for over 170 km, it passes through charming, picturesque villages renowned for their rich oenological heritage. With Bonjour Alsace, visitors can explore prestigious wineries and taste a wide variety of Alsace wines along the way.

The Alsace Wine Route is an invitation to discover the region's winegrowing treasures. Following the slopes of the Vosges foothills for over 170 km, it passes through charming, picturesque villages renowned for their rich oenological heritage. With Bonjour Alsace, visitors can explore prestigious wineries and taste a wide variety of Alsace wines along the way.

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Pass'Alsace : visit Alsace from north to south

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17
A pass to visit the whole of Alsace!

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3 h
| Kintzheim

Private Half Day Tour on the Wine Road

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PVC : 150€

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1 h
| Gueberschwihr

Cellar visit and wine tasting in Alsace, with a feminin touch

Starting from
15
In contact with winegrowers!

Meet the winegrower in his element!

Starting from
15
In contact with winegrowers!

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1 h
| Ammerschwihr

Sensory Workshop : Learn to taste the Wine !

Starting from
18
In contact with winegrowers!
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3 h
| Barr

E-Bike Rental

Starting from
30
Close to nature
1 h
| Gertwiller

Wine tasting and immersive cellar tour

Starting from
18
Free activity for children
2 h
| Gertwiller

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

Starting from
55
Favorite: according to reviews!
3 h
| Colmar

Gourmet guided tour - Colmar

Starting from
150
Discover Alsace

(1)

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2 h
| Gueberschwihr

Dare to Alsace Wine with a Feminine Touch

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25
Free activity for children
In contact with winegrowers!
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1 h
| Ribeauvillé

Discovery tour of our cellars!

Starting from
14
Free activity for children
In contact with winegrowers!

(1)

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0 h 45
| Ammerschwihr

MASTERCLASS RIESLING

Starting from
10
In contact with winegrowers!

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2 h
| Mittelwihr

Gourmet aperitif at the Independent Winegrower's

Starting from
32
Favorite: according to reviews!
1 h 30
| Mittelwihr

Senses on the edge: wine through smell and taste

Starting from
35
Favorite: according to reviews!
3 h
| Mittelwihr

Become a grape picker for a day!

Starting from
45
In contact with winegrowers!
3 h
| Mittelwihr

Become a winegrower for a day!

Starting from
45
In contact with winegrowers!

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Wine route en Alsace

Are there guided tours or organized tours along the Wine Route?

Along the Alsace Wine Route, you can participate in guided tours and organized tours to discover the region in a unique way. One popular option is to travel the route in bob & solex vehicles, a fun experience that allows you to enjoy the vineyard landscapes while driving these original vehicles. Another possibility is to take bicycle tours, especially with the "Détour Alsace" agency, which offers bike rides through the Alsace vineyards. These guided tours will allow you to meet passionate winemakers, taste local wines, and appreciate the cultural richness of the region. Whether you're a wine enthusiast or simply looking for an authentic experience, guided tours along the Wine Route will provide you with an unforgettable discovery of Alsace.

What is the best time of year to travel the Alsace Wine Route?

ndeed, the Alsace Wine Route can be traveled throughout the year, each offering different charms. Spring, with its mild temperatures and emerging buds, is ideal for enjoying the vineyards' rebirth. In summer, you can stroll among the sunny vineyards and participate in numerous wine festivals and local markets. Autumn, with its vibrant colors, is an iconic time to travel the Wine Route and witness the grape harvest. The cool temperatures of winter also give a charming atmosphere to the villages and snowy landscapes.

Depending on your preferences, each season will offer you a unique experience along the Alsace Wine Route. Whether it's to taste the new vintages, participate in local festivals, or simply enjoy the beauty of the vineyards, there is no wrong time to explore this exceptional wine region.

What are the main wineries to visit along the route?

Along the famous Alsace Wine Route, you will have the opportunity to discover prestigious wineries. Among them, the Achillée estate stands out with its biodynamic viticulture methods, environmentally friendly, which impart exceptional quality and a unique character to its wines. When visiting the Achillée estate, you can taste a diverse range of wines with subtle aromas and distinctive personality.

Les Bott Frères, a family-owned house founded in 1835, is another must-visit on the Wine Route. They will offer you a tasting of their traditional Alsace wines, thus passing on their ancestral know-how and passion for the vine.

The Sylvie Fahrer et Fils estate, led by a passionate winemaker, will welcome you warmly and enthusiastically. You can savor authentic and refined wines that reflect the soul of the Alsatian terroir.

Exploring these wineries, you will not only discover the secrets of Alsatian winemaking but also the history and culture of this prestigious wine region. The vineyards and cellars will reveal their treasures, transporting you to a world where wine reigns supreme and where centuries-old traditions blend harmoniously with modernity.

Can the Wine Route be done on foot or by bike?

Yes, it is entirely possible to travel the Wine Route on foot, by bike, on a mob & solex, or by car. Each mode of transportation offers a unique experience to explore the beautiful landscapes and vineyards of the region.

On foot, you can take your time to appreciate the panoramas, stroll through picturesque villages, and stop at wineries for tastings.

By bike, you'll enjoy a pleasant ride along winding roads and dedicated cycling paths. This will also allow you to make more frequent stops to visit wineries and taste wines.

On a mob & solex, you'll have a playful and original experience as you move around on a vintage electric scooter through the vineyards.

By car, you can cover longer distances and access wineries that are farther from the main road.

Regardless of the mode of transportation you choose, the Alsace Wine Route promises exciting discoveries, memorable tastings, and an immersion into the wine culture of the region.

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