Discover the


Alsace Grand Crus, an emblematic itinerary, a unique heritage.


Rich in a mosaic of exceptional soils and privileged climatic conditions, the Alsatian vineyards, with their wide variety of terroirs, are conducive to the blossoming of numerous grape varieties, giving Alsace wines unique characteristics that are particularly expressed in the 51 AOC Alsace Grand Crus.

Between tradition and modernity, among the 750 winegrowers’ cellars open to the public, the Alsace Wine Route, which now has the Vignobles & Découvertes label, is made up of more than 400 service providers committed to this quality approach, guaranteeing you a unique experience in the heart of the vineyards.

From good addresses to tastings, the Alsatian vineyards offer a wide range of experiences and discoveries, with the promise of a successful stay!

to discover

The Alsace Wine Route, renowned for its exceptional itinerary and the simplicity of its route, offers visitors a unique experience and a chance to discover the region and its winegrowers.

From valleys to hillsides, it winds its way along the foothills of the Vosges for over 170 km, crossing the entire vineyard from Marlenheim to Thann, not forgetting the Cleebourg area in the far north of Alsace.

Here, a remarkable landscape: the hill of Zellenberg, there, a singular heritage Obernai or Eguisheim, This historic, architectural and cultural trail is dotted with castles, Romanesque churches, museums, medieval villages and half-timbered houses, as well as the heritage interpretation center at the ateliers de la seigneurie in Andlau and the “Louvre”, a museum in the heart of the town. the Alsace vineyard museum in Kientzheim.