Would you like to take part in a wine cellar visit with tasting in Colmar and the surrounding area? Find visits to the cellars offered by Winalist's partner wineries.
These activities are ideal for discovering the different wines of Alsace such as pinot, crémant, riesling or the gewurztraminer grape variety. Each winegrower's house tells you a different story about its estates, their heritage and their terroir, in order to enhance your oenological stay.
Not far from Strasbourg, Colmar is one of the recommended towns on your Alsace Wine Route. Visiting the cellars of a château or an estate is one of the favorite experiences of wine tourists who have trusted us for years. Consult their opinions and recommendations to choose your next destination in one of the areas close to Colmar.
Welcome to Colmar, this pretty town in Alsace located near the border with Germany. Renowned for being an essential place on the Alsace wine route, the town of Colmar and its winegrowers set up unusual oenological activities to make you dream for a weekend (or more). Prepare now for your stay in Alsace by booking your next wine-related experiences online. You have access to a list of activities offered by our partner hosts below. Good visit and good tasting!
Colmar is a city located in the northeast of France, in the Grand Est region. It is near the border with Germany and offers magnificent landscapes. Its old town has narrow streets entirely covered with cobblestones and its half-timbered houses give a lot of charm to Colmar.
During your stay in this sumptuous Alsatian city, we advise you to visit the Unterlinder Museum which is a former convent and an association museum. It is one of the most visited fine arts museums in the province. 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 which is a picturesque old tourist area. The view is magnificent and will really make you feel in Alsace: it is a typical place where you can have lunch or dinner. Then go to the Château du Hohlandsbourg which is a 13th century castle with a surprising view and a museum.
The history of Alsace wine and its winegrowers
Colmar is the capital of Alsace wines, this appellation was formalized on November 1, 1999 and is still present 20 years later. it is therefore necessary to stop in this city during your getaway on the Alsace wine route.
This magnificent route will allow you to observe sumptuous landscapes and discover the heritage and gastronomy of the region. During your stay, you will have the opportunity to discover the cellars and tasting rooms of Alsatian winegrowers who will be happy to welcome you to help you discover the variety of grape varieties. There are also three controlled designations of origin: Alsace, Alsace Grand Cru and Crémant d'Alsace.
Book now your experiments to carry out during your Alsace wine route. Online and instant booking on Winalist and secure payment. Have a good stay !