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Pass'Alsace : visit Alsace from north to south

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A pass to visit the whole of Alsace! A pass to visit the whole of Alsace!

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

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In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

From the vine to the glass [vineyard | cellar | tasting]

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In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

Sensory Workshop : Learn to taste the Wine !

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In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

Dare to Alsace Wine with a Feminine Touch

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Free activity for children Free activity for children
In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

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0 h 30
| Ammerschwihr

First introduction to Alsace Wines !

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PVC : 9€

Discovery tour of our cellars!

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

Gourmet aperitif at the Independent Winegrower's

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Favorite: according to reviews! Favorite: according to reviews!
1 h 30
| Mittelwihr

Senses on the edge: wine through smell and taste

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35
Favorite: according to reviews! Favorite: according to reviews!

Become a grape picker for a day!

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45
In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

Become a winegrower for a day!

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45
In contact with winegrowers! In contact with winegrowers!

Find out more about Vineyard estate
Vineyard estate en Alsace

Alsace's wine estates are renowned for their charm and age-old tradition of producing quality wines. Thanks to Bonjour Alsace, you'll discover these estates set in picturesque landscapes, offering visitors unique experiences: cellar tours, tastings of delicately aromatic wines and warm encounters with passionate winemakers.

Alsace's wine estates are renowned for their charm and age-old tradition of producing quality wines. Thanks to Bonjour Alsace, you'll discover these estates set in picturesque landscapes, offering visitors unique experiences: cellar tours, tastings of delicately aromatic wines and warm encounters with passionate winemakers.

What are the most renowned wineries in Alsace?

The most renowned wineries in Alsace include Domaine Achillée, Domaine Ruhlmann Schutz, and Maison Stoecklé. These wineries are acclaimed for the quality of their wines and their expertise in viticulture. They produce a wide range of wines, including white wines such as Riesling, Gewurztraminer, and Pinot Gris, which are typical of the Alsace region. These wineries are often open to visitors, offering tastings and cellar tours, allowing wine enthusiasts to discover the unique flavors of Alsatian wines and learn more about the production process. Wineries in Alsace are emblematic of the region's rich viticultural culture and provide an essential experience for wine enthusiasts and tourists seeking authenticity and tradition.

Is it possible to visit wineries and taste their wines on-site?

It is indeed possible to visit wineries and taste their wines on-site. The Alsace region is renowned for its quality wines and characteristic grape varieties such as Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, and many others. Wineries typically offer guided tours of their facilities, allowing visitors to discover the steps of winemaking, from grape pressing to oak barrel aging. Knowledgeable guides share their passion and expertise, making the experience even more enriching.

After the tour, tastings are a must. Wineries present a selection of their wines, and visitors have the opportunity to savor them while discovering their unique aromas and nuances. Owners and winemakers are often present to share their expertise and tell the story of their domain. Some wineries go even further by offering tastings paired with local products, highlighting food and wine pairings specific to Alsatian cuisine.

Whether you are a novice or a knowledgeable enthusiast, these visits and tastings are open to all. Wine enthusiasts can satisfy their curiosity and deepen their knowledge, while newcomers will enjoy the discovery of new flavors. It's a unique opportunity to explore the richness of Alsatian wines and delve into the art of viticulture at the very heart of its origins.

Do wineries offer activities or workshops?

Wineries in Alsace often offer exciting activities and workshops for wine enthusiasts who want to learn more about viticulture and oenology. These activities allow visitors to delve deeper into the world of wine, discover the secrets of viticulture, and gain a better understanding of the different stages of wine production.

Some wineries organize sensory workshops, where participants learn to identify specific wine aromas and develop their palates to appreciate the subtle nuances of each grape variety. Thematic tastings may also be offered, highlighting different wine styles or specific vintages to explore their evolution over time.

Moreover, some wineries provide guided tours of their vineyards, allowing visitors to stroll through the rows of vines, learn about different agricultural practices, and understand how the unique terroir of Alsace influences the character of the wines.

These activities and workshops are led by passionate experts who share their knowledge and experience, making the experience even more enriching and enjoyable. It's an ideal opportunity for wine enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the Alsace wine world and better appreciate the complexity and diversity of the region's wines.

Are there any circuits or routes to visit multiple wineries in one day?

The Alsace Wine Route (Route des Vins d'Alsace) is one of the most popular circuits for visiting multiple wineries in one day. This picturesque route winds through the hills and wine villages of the region, offering visitors the opportunity to discover local vineyards, cellars, and wineries.

The Alsace Wine Route spans approximately 170 kilometers, from Marlenheim in the north to Thann in the south. Along this route, you'll find numerous welcoming wineries that offer tastings of their wines and tours of their cellars. Each winery has its own specialties, grape varieties, and winemaking techniques, allowing visitors to experience the diversity and richness of Alsace wines.

Some wineries are open to the public without appointment, while others prefer that you schedule your visit and tasting in advance.

The Alsace Wine Route is a culinary adventure that allows visitors to taste a variety of Alsace wines, including Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir, to name a few. It's an unforgettable experience for wine enthusiasts who want to explore the unique terroirs, traditions, and winemaking expertise of Alsace.

How does a typical wine cellar tour in a winery in Alsace unfold?

A wine cellar tour in a winery in Alsace is an enriching experience that allows visitors to explore the behind-the-scenes of winemaking and gain a better understanding of the wine production process. Here's how it typically unfolds:

Warm welcome: Upon arrival, visitors are greeted by the winery staff who guide them throughout the tour.

Terroir explanation: The guide introduces the specificities of Alsace's terroirs, highlighting the influence of soil, climate, and exposure on the characteristics of the produced wines.

Vineyard visit: Visitors are taken to the vineyards for an exploration of the cultivated grape varieties and the region's specific cultivation methods.

Cellar discovery: Visitors then enter the cellar where fermentation tanks and aging barrels are stored. The guide explains the different stages of winemaking, from fermentation to aging.

Tasting: The tour typically concludes with a tasting of several wines produced by the winery. The guide explains the characteristics of each tasted wine, such as aromas, flavors, and food-wine pairings.

Boutique: After the tasting, visitors often have the opportunity to purchase the wines they enjoyed at the winery's shop.

The wine cellar tour provides an immersion into the Alsace wine world, allowing visitors to become acquainted with traditional production methods and to taste quality wines from an exceptional terroir. It's a must-have experience for wine enthusiasts seeking discoveries and sharing.

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