Would you like to book a visit to an estate or a wine cellar with tasting in Strasbourg and the surrounding area? Find cellar visits 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.
To find the best visits and tastings in the estates of Strasbourg and its surroundings, consult the descriptions of the winegrowers who will be both host and guide. The opinions of wine tourists who trust us every day will also help you make your decision.
Discover the wine world of Alsace during your stay in Strasbourg. Between the numerous winegrowers' cellars, the abundance of wine tastings and the innovative oenological workshops, wine lovers will not be disappointed. To ensure that your stay in Alsace runs smoothly, Winalist has put together a list of activities to do around wine in the city of Strasbourg. You can find them below and book the one you like instantly. Let your curiosity guide you during your wine tourism adventure.
Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine (Grand-Est) region in northeastern France. The city is also the official seat of the European Parliament. Located near the border with Germany, it boasts German and French culture and architecture.
During your stay in Strasbourg, we recommend that you visit Notre-Dame Cathedral with its Gothic building and its astronomical clock. Then go to the Palais Rohan to contemplate an 18th century palace housing museums. To take a short break while continuing to stroll, all you have to do is walk in the picturesque district of the historic center of Strasbourg, the Petite France. It has also been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. You can observe the half-timbered houses and enjoy good food in one of the many Alsatian restaurants located there.
The obligatory passage in Strasbourg is the crossing of the Grande-Île which is an urban island with historic buildings. And for visitors who really want to immerse themselves in the culture and traditions of Alsace, go to the Alsatian museum to discover everything.
Which cellars and winegrowers to visit in Alsace?
Winalist offers you a list of activities not to be missed in Strasbourg. These experiences can be cellar visits, strolls in the vineyards on foot, by bike, on horseback or even in a 2CV, wine tastings more surprising than the others. Food and wine pairings for the most gourmet and so many other activities such as oenological workshops to learn how to taste wine, comment on it, or even create your own.
Winalist therefore suggests that you stroll through the many activities offered to you by our partner hosts and book the one for which you fell in love. The reservation is made directly online. Payment is fast, secure and free of charge. Don't wait any longer, discover Alsace!