© Christophe Hamm
Grande-Ile, classified as a World Heritage site since 1988, was the first town
in France to be selected by UNESCO...
© Jean-Luc Stadler
Climb on board the Vaisseau for a journey to conquer the world of science!
© Office de Tourisme d’Obernai S. Spach
This Estate has been producing generations of wine makers since 1732,
using their passion and expertise to create fantastic varieties in their
impressive oak barrels.
© Michel Vogt
Looking out over the plains of Alsace, Mont Sainte-Odile was an influential convent for many centuries. While still attracting numerous pilgrims throughout the year, there is also a beautifully converted hotel at this sacred place to enjoy by all.
© Palais du Pain d'épices
Discover the subtle fragrances of gingerbread in the 800 m² palace of spice bread!
© Musée du Pain d'épices
The museum includes all the implements associated with life in the
country (agriculture, family life, cooking, religious life, old trades),
Alsatian folk art, and everything involved with gingerbread, candy, cookie and chocolate making.
© Domaine Heywang
This family run estate on the wine route, specializes in Klevener of Heiligenstein, but they also produce wonderful Grand Crus Kirchberg of Barr, as well as late harvests, and a range of Alsatian wines.
The magnificent wine-making villages of Alsace are laid out at the foot of the Vosges, crowned with mysterious castles.
© Domaine Hering
The Hering Estate has been producing excellent wines for 5 generations,
since 1858, including Clos Gaensbroennel, Clos de la Folie Marco, Grands
Crus, and Crémant d'Alsace.
© OT Barr Bernstein - C. Dumoulin
This impressive 18th century "Folie" built by Louis-Felix Marco, an
attorney and bailiff of the Seigniory of Barr, still retains its refined
© Domaine Kirmann
For 3 generations, the Kirmann Winery has produced wonderful wine, displaying the full range from the Alsacian region.
© Vins Beck Francis
A family run winery, the 9 hectare (~22 acre) vineyard produces a variety of classic Alsacian wines.
© Domain Ostertag Hurlimann
With 17 ha (~42 acres) of vineyards, this independent winery offers a
range of Alsacian wines, including Grand Cru, Crémant and brandies.
© Domaine Gresser
Rémy Gresser is pleased to welcome you for a tour of the cellar, and a tasting of their various and distinctive wines, produced using Biodynamic Agricultural principles.
© Cave Wach Jean
The Jean Wach Estate is a family run enterprise, producing a range of Alsacian wines, from Crémant to the Vendanges
Tardives, as well as their two Grands Crus, Moenchberg and Wiebelsberg.