Colmar, France
Best wineries to visit

Popular wineries to visit in Colmar

Vins Zeyssolff
Vins Zeyssolff
Vins Zeyssolff

Vins Zeyssolff

Instant booking
Price: from 16,00 €
1-20
4.7 /5
(30 reviews)
Joseph Cattin
Joseph Cattin
Joseph Cattin

Joseph Cattin

Price: from 12,00 €
1-15
4.5 /5
(6 reviews)
Achillée
Achillée
Achillée

Achillée

Instant booking Biodynamic viticulture
Price: from 9,00 €
1-10
4.4 /5
(9 reviews)
Domaine Eckle Jean-paul & Fils
Domaine Eckle Jean-paul & Fils
Domaine Eckle Jean-paul & Fils

Domaine Eckle Jean-paul & Fils

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 6,00 €
1-8
4.7 /5
(3 reviews)
Domaine Schneider Jean Marc
Domaine Schneider Jean Marc
Domaine Schneider Jean Marc

Domaine Schneider Jean Marc

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 16,00 €
2-15
4.7 /5
(12 reviews)
Maison Jean Huttard
Maison Jean Huttard
Maison Jean Huttard

Maison Jean Huttard

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
1-20
4.5 /5
(3 reviews)
Domaine Gueth
Domaine Gueth
Domaine Gueth

Domaine Gueth

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 9,90 €
1-20
4.8 /5
(6 reviews)
Domaine Louis Sipp
Domaine Louis Sipp
Domaine Louis Sipp

Domaine Louis Sipp

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
2-9
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine Pierre Adam
Domaine Pierre Adam
Domaine Pierre Adam

Domaine Pierre Adam

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Price: from 15,00 €
2-12
4.3 /5
(3 reviews)
Domaine Bott Frères
Domaine Bott Frères
Domaine Bott Frères

Domaine Bott Frères

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
1-20
4 /5
(2 reviews)
Cave Les Faîtières D'Orschwiller-Kintzheim
Cave Les Faîtières D'Orschwiller-Kintzheim
Cave Les Faîtières D'Orschwiller-Kintzheim

Cave Les Faîtières D'Orschwiller-Kintzheim

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 5,50 €
6-20
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
Maison Léon Baur
Maison Léon Baur
Maison Léon Baur

Maison Léon Baur

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 5,00 €
1-10
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine Marcel Freyburger
Domaine Marcel Freyburger
Domaine Marcel Freyburger

Domaine Marcel Freyburger

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 18,00 €
2-10
5 /5
(2 reviews)
La Cave Du Vieil Armand
La Cave Du Vieil Armand
La Cave Du Vieil Armand

La Cave Du Vieil Armand

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 7,00 €
10-50
AlsaSmarTours
AlsaSmarTours
AlsaSmarTours

AlsaSmarTours

Price: from 129,00 €
2-8
Tour.alsace
Tour.alsace
Tour.alsace

Tour.alsace

Price: from 110,00 €
4-16
Domaine Jean Sipp
Domaine Jean Sipp
Domaine Jean Sipp

Domaine Jean Sipp

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 0,00 €
1-8
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Colmar is a quaint and beautiful city known as the “capital of Alsace wines” and is nestled against the German border in the Grand Est region of France. It’s also a popular destination to enjoy some of the best wine tours and tastings in Alsace for full-day and half-day wine experiences along the Alsatian wine route. 


Colmar’s old town has narrow streets entirely covered with cobblestones and its half-timbered houses, giving Colmar its distinct charm. This town in the Alsace wine region of Northern France offers gourmet foods, world-class wine experiences, and a gorgeous blend of German and French culture and architecture. If you’re looking to experience the unique Alsace wine region of France, a wine tour in Colmar with one of Winalist’s premier wine partners is bound to make for an unforgettable experience.


A few famous varietals of grapes grow in the Alsace wine region: riesling, pinot blanc, gewurztraminer, sylvaner, Muscat d’Alsace, and more. Colmar is located close to the border of Germany in France, resulting in its German-influenced architecture and blended culture. 


Winalist has created a list of the best wine tasting tours, wine cellars, and wine-related activities in Colmar and the Alsace wine region in general. Using our platform, you can book a personalized wine experience in Colmar that perfectly fits your travel preferences, schedule, and taste.


Colmar wine highlights

  • The perfect stop along the Alsace wine route, full of cobblestone streets, churchs, and top wine cellars.
  • Very walkable and feels like a quaint country-city or small village. 
  • Known for its white wines and sparkling wines, but also grows some red grapes.


Best things to Do & attractions in Colmar, France


If you’re spending a full day in Colmar, be sure to visit its famous cellars offered by Winalist's partner wineries. Each Alsacian winegrower's house on our platform tells you a different story about its estates, their heritage, and their terroir, all in order to enhance your oenological stay.


During your stay in this sumptuous Alsatian city, we advise you to visit the Unterlinden Museum which is a former convent and an association museum. It is one of the most visited fine arts museums in the entire province. Also make sure to pass in front of the Saint-Martin Collegiate Church, also called "Saint-Martin de Colmar Cathedral", which is the most important religious building in the city and one of the largest Gothic churches in the Haut-Rhin.


Do not miss Colmar's Little Venice, either, which is a picturesque and walkable old tourist area. The view in this area of the city is magnificent and quintessentially Alsace. It’s also an ideal place where you can have a delicious lunch or dinner. Then, make your way to the Château du Hohlandsbourg, which is a 13th century castle with a surprising view and a museum.


Colmar Christmas market is one of the most romantic in France, during the winter season. Explore this city’s richness and witness its uniquely Alsacian confluence of German and French cultures and architecture by booking an Alsace wine tasting, private tour, or full-day wine excursion with Winalist. We’ll help you plan your entire Alsace Wine Route itinerary or just a short excursion from town.


South of Strasbourg in the Alsatian region, Colmar is one of our most recommended towns on your Alsace Wine Route. Visiting the cellars of a château or an estate is one of the preferred experiences of wine tourists who have trusted us for years. 


Colmar Alsace Wine History


Colmar is the capital of Alsace wines and was established in the 9th century. Colmar was formalized as a winegrowing appellation on November 1, 1999 and remains a thriving hub for delicious wine tastings and heaps of cultural and architectural splendor - even over 20 years later. While you travel on the Alsace wine route, you’ll be happy to stop in this city during your getaway.


This magnificent route will allow you to observe sumptuous landscapes and discover the heritage and gastronomy of this unique region in France. During your stay, you will have the opportunity to discover the cellars and tasting rooms of Alsatian winegrowers who will be eager to help you discover the region’s wide sample of grape varieties. 


There are also three controlled designations of origin in the Alsace region of France: Alsace, Alsace Grand Cru and Crémant d'Alsace.


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What you need to know before visiting Colmar

Which wineries in Colmar are open today? +
To discover the wine estates, cellars and castles open today in Colmar and the surrounding area, click here.
Which wineries accept groups in Colmar? +
Here are the wine estates that can accommodate groups of 8 people minimum in the Colmar for a visit and tasting: View all wineries that can accommodate groups in Colmar.
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The wine estates that offer the best tours and tastings for families are: View all family-friendly wineries in Colmar.
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The most popular wineries in the city Colmar are: See all the most popular domains at Colmar.
Where is Colmar, France located? +

Colmar is in the Alsace wine region, East part of France. Nestled against the border of Germany, Colmar is located south of Strasbourg.


What is the best time to visit Colmar, France? +

The best moment to fully appreciate Colmar and the Alsace typical ambiance is during winter, just before Christmas. From November, you'll be able to visit some of the most amazing Christmas markets and tasting mulled wine while discovering the city. 

If you’re looking to enjoy wine country’s best weather while in Colmar, France, you’ll want to visit this city during the late spring, summer, and early fall months. If you want to avoid crowds, you may wish to visit this region during its off-season, such as during March or September. However, keep in mind that some Colmar wineries may close during this time.


  • Vins Zeyssolff
  • Joseph Cattin
  • Achillée
  • Domaine Eckle Jean-paul & Fils
  • Domaine Schneider Jean Marc
  • Maison Jean Huttard
  • Domaine Gueth
  • Domaine Louis Sipp
  • Domaine Pierre Adam
  • Domaine Bott Frères
  • Cave Les Faîtières D'Orschwiller-Kintzheim
  • Maison Léon Baur
  • Domaine Marcel Freyburger
  • La Cave Du Vieil Armand
  • AlsaSmarTours
  • Tour.alsace

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