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Wine route

The Alsace wine route winds its way from south to north (or north to south, it’s up to you how you want to travel along it) along the Vosges foothills. Magnificent vineyard landscapes await you as well as beautiful, colourful villages typical of the region.

Alsace is known for its dry white wines, such as Riesling, Gewurtztraminer or Pinot Gris. Many grape varieties are listed, including the Grands Crus.

The Alsace Wine Route is a tourist route that crosses the region. Over 170 km, from Marlenheim in the north to Thann in the south (only twenty minutes from Mulhouse), it passes through picturesque villages such as Riquewihr, Ribeauvillé, Eguisheim, Bergheim, Kaysersberg … It also offers a breathtaking view of the vineyards and the castles that dot the region

The Alsace wine route is a must for wine lovers, but also for those who love the typical landscapes of the region. Take advantage of the tastings offered by the winegrowers, stock up on wines to take home, but also visit cellars and vineyards.

Useful information

From Mulhouse, access the Wine Route in Thann, about twenty kilometres away. Signs will show you the route to take.

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