THE WINE ROAD IN ALSACE
Panoramic routes, breakating views, magnificient archtiecture and delicious wine.
Alsace is a wine-growing region…a tradition that dates back to the Roman times.
But what most people don’t know is that “la Route des Vins d’Alsace” (the Wine Road in Alsace), was the first wine road to be created in France!
After the Second World War the winegrowers in Alsace got together to create something to boost the local economy.
Nowadays more than 60 villages and tows are part of this panoramic road.
Along the road, I will show you some of my favorite spots to admire the landscape…with extraordinary views over the vineyards.
Besides, you can choose one (or more) medieval villages to visit during our day (8h) in the Wine Road.
Some of these medieval villages have received the tittle “le plus beau village en France” (the most breautiful village en France), “le village préfére des Français” (the favorite village of the French people).
Eguisheim, Ribeauvillé, Riquewhir, Kaysersberg, Turckheim…
…chosing which medieval village to visit is a difficult task…but don’t worry, you can’t go wrong.
They were chosen to be part of the Wine Road precisely because they have meet all the criteira: parts of the fortification walls, half-timbered buildings, romanesque churches, local cuisine and winemaking.
Come with me in this journey of discovery to learn about:
- the turbulent history of Alsace
- the history of the wine in the region
- the local architecture
…to explore amazing lookout points over the vineyards.
… and to do a wine tasting in one of the many independent wineries of the region! (specific villages; in English or French).
Dont’t wait any longer! Get in touch to check my availabilty and to discuss the perfect programme for you.
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