As Alsace has both French and German cultural roots, you’ll find many words that combine both languages, and Alsatian is its own dialect. The region is intensely proud of its heritage, considering itself not a blend of French and German influence but rather the unique product of those two influences to create a unique culture. The trip will start at the beautiful medieval wine village of Gueberschwihr, with its half timbered houses, cobbled streets and a beautiful Romanesque church. You will try different wineries and taste as example: Muscat, a Sylvaner, a Reisling, and two Pinot Gris Grand Cru. There will also be splendid views of the Vosges Mountains, the Plain of Alsace and the Black Forest Mountains. Great trip for the beginning winelover.

Day 1
Lunch: RESTAURANT Le Goldert ( Discover the best foie gras that is already in the family for over 30 years)
-Humbrecht (The range of wines is composed of Crémants, dry and sweet white wines, red and rosé wines)
-Domaine Jean-Claude Gueth
-Vins François Weck et Fils earl (The domain of the house François WECK and son is composed of different soils diversified: Edelzwicker, Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris, ...)
Dinner: La Taverne médiévale (A nice Alsace restaurant)
Sleeping: Vins François Weck et Fils earl

Day 2
-Ziegler-Mauler J.J. et Fils (André Mauler and his successors offer you the full range of Alsace wines)

: Rabseppi-Stebel (typical restaurant of Alsace with vineyard view (optional))

-Vins Jean Siegler (From the vineyard to the glass, we express all our know-how in a very complete range)
-Domaine de Bouxhof (If you are passing, it is with pleasure that we invite you to visit our property classified as a Historic Monument.)

 Auberge du Vieux Pressoir (traditional restaurant of the Bollenberg domain)