Alsace invites you to discover its wines (particularly via the famous Wine Route), its traditional cuisine and Alsatian recipes (sauerkraut, flammekueche - a flambée tart-, baeckeofe, kougelhof, etc.), local products and gastronomic discovery trails.
In springtime, when nature recovers its bright colours, try one of the many gastronomic trails where you can discover Alsace’s rich culinary traditions.
For its part, the Alsatian Wine Route enjoys a worldwide reputation and runs from the foot of the Vosges range for a distance of more than 170 km. It reserves its best secrets for curious travellers willing to get off the beaten track. You need to take the time to meet the winegrowers, to sample their wines, and to lose yourself in the mediaeval villages along the way!
5Suggested stays Wine and gastronomy
- Knowledge of local producers
- Total immersion in the Alsatian gastronomic culture
- Many proposed themes and workshops
- Custom processing of customer needs