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The Wine Route


Cave du Vieil Armand

The Cave du Vieil Armand is a cooperative cellar located at the southern gateway to the Alsace Wine Route. With 60 years of experience, it now has 75 winegrowers cultivating 150 hectares of vines between Cernay and Guebwiller and produces the entire range of Alsace wines and crémant. After obtaining the HVE 3 certification, the cellar started the production of organic wines, now available at the sales cellar, along with the whole range of wines and crémants but also regional products. To discover on the spot: the winegrower’s museum.

Clos Sainte-Apolline

The Meyer family produces at Bollenberg a great wine from organic farming, with a reputation established for many years in Alsace. This success is due in particular to the site of Bollenberg, unique and exceptional because of its Mediterranean microclimate. It confers to the wines an aromatic finesse, a vivacity and an undeniable longevity. The estate also produces artisanal eaux-de-vie, jams, terrines and foie gras. The family also has a restaurant, the Auberge Au Vieux Pressoir, where you can discover the local gastronomy.

Domaine Dirler-Cadé

The Cave Dirler-Cadé is very attached to the production of wines with a strong personality – borrowed from their terroir of origin – and respects first of all the nature of the soil. The family cultivates its vineyard in bio-dynamics since 1998 and produces fine wines of Alsace, crémants, grand crus Spiegel, Saering, Kessler and Kitterlé, late harvest, selection of noble grains. Cellar visit and tasting by appointment.

Domaines Schlumberger

Independent winegrower for more than 200 years, Domaines Schlumberger spreads over the vertiginous hillsides of Guebwiller, 20 minutes from Mulhouse. With its 130 ha, including 70 ha classified as Grand Cru, the vineyard includes 4 exceptional terroirs: La Kitterlé, Saering, Spiegel and Kessler. Today, two generations work side by side, maintaining a balance between tradition and modernity.

Meyer-Krumb Estate

The 6-hectare family estate produces the 7 grape varieties of Alsace and exploits prestigious terroirs recognized among the Grands Cru classé such as Mambourg (Sigolsheim) and Schoenenbourg (Riquewhir) ideal for Riesling, as well as the famous Vendanges Tardives and Sélections Grains Nobles. Several formulas for groups are proposed including the visit of the domain and the cellar and a commented tasting.

The Domains that go up

With its concept of Cellar – Delicatessen – Table d’hôtes, Les Domaines qui Montent welcomes you on Place de la Paix, in the heart of Mulhouse. Discover a large selection of wines, champagnes and spirits, craft beers and local products, to create custom-made gourmet compositions. All bottles are offered at cellar price, in other words without corkage fee. What to enjoy during a friendly professional lunch or a private evening, around a tasting of wines or other alcohols, followed by a dinner in the form of friendly slates composed of local products; or a more traditional formula.