No active filters

Wine tourism in Alsace: set off to conquer the Alsace wine route.

4.2/5 (9128 reviews)

Explore the Alsace wine route and visit the most beautiful areas of the region with Winalist. The Alsace wine route winds more than 170 kilometers from Thann to Marlenheim. Come and meet the wines and those who make them: Domaine des frères Meyer, Domaine Charles Sparr, Domaine Gustave Lorentz ... so many names that illustrate the richness and diversity of Alsace wine tourism.

Learn more about Alsace

What are the pearls of the Alsatian vineyard?

The wine route in Alsace is full of treasures to discover. Explore the paths of the Bacchus circuits to savor the riches of the Alsatian terroir and taste the wines of Alsace. Wine tourism in Alsace. Created in 1953, the famous Alsace wine route is the oldest in France. 170 kilometers long from north to south, it crosses some 70 wine-growing villages, some of which are among the most beautiful villages in France. The Kreydenweiss (in Andlau), Zusslin (in Orschwihr), Ostertag (in Epfig), or Albert-Mann (in Wettolsheim) estates are undoubtedly among the pearls of the Alsace wine route.

Which Alsatian winegrowers to find at Winalist?

The winegrowers who share their passion with you and open the doors to their estates are exceptional operators. They will explain their techniques and their terroirs to you, perhaps they will even reveal to you their secrets that make the Alsace wine route one of the most famous in France and in Europe. Wine tourism Alsace is the symbol of Epicurean Alsace, rich and generous.


This symbol means the experience can be booked with instant confirmation

Choose date

All Filters

Reset Filters
Price range
Time of the day
Instant booking
Only show instant booking listings
Types of experience
Types of host
Private or public ?

Private listings means you will be the only group on site during your experience. If the experience is public, you may be mixed with other groups