Alsace wine region
Best wine tastings & winery tours

Popular wineries to visit in Alsace vineyards

Vins Zeyssolff
Vins Zeyssolff
Vins Zeyssolff

Vins Zeyssolff

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Price: from 14,00 €
1-25
4.7 /5
(13 reviews)
Achillée
Achillée
Achillée

Achillée

Instant booking Biodynamic viticulture
Price: from 9,00 €
1-10
4.4 /5
(7 reviews)
Joseph Cattin
Joseph Cattin
Joseph Cattin

Joseph Cattin

Price: from 12,00 €
1-15
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Évindez-vous
Évindez-vous
Évindez-vous

Évindez-vous

Price: from 17,00 €
1-5
5 /5
(2 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
5 /5
(2 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
4.6 /5
(7 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 Gueth
Domaine Gueth
Domaine Gueth

Domaine Gueth

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 9,00 €
1-30
4.5 /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 €
1-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine Gustave Lorentz
Domaine Gustave Lorentz
Domaine Gustave Lorentz

Domaine Gustave Lorentz

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
1-15
Oenotourisme Alsace
Oenotourisme Alsace
Oenotourisme Alsace

Oenotourisme Alsace

Price: from 30,00 €
2-30
Domaine Louis Sipp
Domaine Louis Sipp
Domaine Louis Sipp

Domaine Louis Sipp

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
1-9
Domaine Bott Frères
Domaine Bott Frères
Domaine Bott Frères

Domaine Bott Frères

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
1-20
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
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Best cities to visit in Alsace

Strasbourg
Strasbourg
5/5 (1163 reviews)
17 experiences
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...

Colmar
4.1/5 (3444 reviews)
25 experiences
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 Alsac...
Colmar

Riquewihr
Riquewihr
4.8/5 (1457 reviews)
27 experiences
Would you like to taste the wines of Alsace and visit a cellar in Riquewihr? This is surely the most suitable place for this desire. It is one of the most famous towns in Alsace for its wines (mostly white). Visit a castle in the surrounding ...

Kaysersberg
4.9/5 (5898 reviews)
25 experiences
Want to travel the roads of Alsace to discover the wine culture of this region? We have concocted a list of activities to do in the city of Kaysersberg to make your wine route as complete as possible. Among them, discovery tastings, visits to...
Kaysersberg

What you need to know before visiting Alsace wine region

How to book a wine weekend in Alsace? +

With Winalist, wine tourism in Alsace is just one click away! Thanks to our research platform, discover the vineyards and castles that look like you. Select your next destination using your criteria. Book your experience at the date and time of your choice. Once your activity is booked, you will receive emails and SMS confirmations and reminders. Winalist is the leading wine tourism platform in Alsace and France.

Which villages to visit in Alsace? +

Neuf-Brisach, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the villages to visit absolutely. This Alsatian city in the shape of a star was commissioned by Louis XIV.

Eguisheim is not classified in the most beautiful villages of France by chance. Visit the Wolfberger winery, renowned for its sparkling wines and brandies.

Hunawihr, in the middle of the vineyards, or even Kaysersberg are also among the recommended crossing points during your visit to Alsace.

When to visit Alsace? +

To avoid tourists, go there from January to March. Although winter is sometimes quite harsh in Alsace, you will be quiet and the low season prices are attractive.

In Spring, you will be delighted to discover all the flowering villages across the region. A local specialty that has made the reputation of Alsace.

Summer is the harvest season. You will be able to learn the secrets of the region's winemakers, in their vines full of beautiful bunches of white grapes.

December is the prime time for tourism, with Christmas markets all more magnificent than each other.

How to find the Alsace wine route? +

It is easy to find the Alsace wine route. If you are going to Strasbourg or Colmar by car, you will find directions allowing you to go from North to South or South to North by discovering the most beautiful villages of France. You will also find many wine cellars open around the Alsace wine route, often open on Saturday and Sunday, where the winegrowers will be happy to welcome you to show you around their cellar and taste their vintages.

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What are the wineries that accept groups in the Alsace wine region region? +
Here are the wine estates that can accommodate groups of 8 people minimum in the Alsace wine region for a visit and tasting: See all domains that can accommodate groups in the region Alsace wine region.
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Appellations in Alsace

Book your wine experiences in wineries, museums or guided tours in the region of Alsace. Instant booking without fee.

Enjoy 100% tourism in the vineyards of Alsace. Winalist allows you to compare and book the best wine activities in the region and to organize your own wine route.

Find, for example, visits to cellars with wine tasting in Strasbourg and Colmar to enhance your stay on the Alsace wine route. In a cellar, with a winegrower in the vineyards, by bike or on horseback, our winegrower partners, estates and winegrowers will make you discover their heritage and their terroir with passion.

Finally, visits and tastings in Riquewihr , the central place of Alsatian wine, will allow you to savor the typical wines of the area: crémant, pinot, gewurztraminer, etc. The final touch to visit Alsace is to come as the holiday season approaches to discover the most beautiful Christmas markets in Alsace.

Taste the wines of Alsace during an authentic experience

Winalist invites you to discover the best wine tours and tastings in Alsace through several unique wine experiences.

Embark on the wine route and discover the open days at Alsatian winegrowers. The winegrowers of Alsace will be happy to introduce you to their know-how. And why not treat yourself to a romantic or family weekend in Kaysersberg in the Haut-Rhin? Along the way, also remember to stop at the Haut Koenigsbourg castle.


The Christmas markets in Alsace and its wine cellars.

You don't know yet what to visit or what to do in Alsace? Come and discover the most magical Christmas markets, including that of Strasbourg or that of Colmar , the favorite city of wine lovers in Alsace.

The best time to go there is without hesitation during the end of year celebrations. The Christmas market in Colmar is a real institution and there is no shortage of local grape pickers. The Strasbourg Christmas market is one of the biggest in Europe!

With friends, family or lovers, this is an experience not to be missed. Our partner producers welcome you for a stay or a wine tourism weekend all year round.


Did you know ? There is a Queen of Alsace Wines. A kind of "Miss Alsace", but for the wine. On the occasion of the 6th Colmar Wine Fair in 1954, this title saw the light of day for the first time. Several young women then made it their mission to be ambassadors for Alsace wines throughout France.


Alsace wines: white in the spotlight


The majority of Alsace wines are dry whites with fruity aromas and floral notes. It is also the region that produces the most crémants, hence the famous crémant d'Alsace. There are 51 grands crus, such as Kaefferkopf or Altenberg.

Today, more than 15,000 hectares are cultivated by many winegrowers in Alsace.


The 7 Alsatian grape varieties

Pinot blanc is a balanced and delicate wine, while Muscat d'Alsace is a fruity dry white. The Gewurztraminer is the star of sweet wines. It goes wonderfully with strong cheeses. As for Riesling, it is the king of dry white wines, ideal with seafood and white meats. The less famous Pinot Gris is a wine with floral aromas, while the Sylvaner is light and very thirst-quenching. Pinot Noir is the only grape variety producing red wine in Alsace. Its aromas are fruity. The wines of Alsace are very often acclaimed by many positive opinions.

During your stay in Alsace, you will often have the opportunity (and the desire) to visit the many castles of the wine route to discover the treasures of the greatest wine estates. The winegrowers present on Winalist offer you an alternative to simple tasting: it is a real introduction to oenology that gives you the keys to understanding and appreciating all the subtleties of the region's wines.

The experience often begins with a guided tour of the estate, after which you can taste the wines produced directly in the winegrower's cellar, or have a picnic in the middle of the rows of vines. In Alsace, the specialty of many estates is white wine (Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, Pinot Gris for the best known). From cultivation to bottling, our partner growers reveal some well-kept secrets for generations.

Winalist invites you to book a cellar visit and tasting in the best estates, during the week, during the weekend and during school holidays. To select your oenological activity, simply use our search engine. Validate your reservation in a few clicks. Do you want to offer an experience to a wine lover? Think about the Winalist gift card! Completely customizable, it is a good surprise for sure valid on all our activities.

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