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Wine and gastronomy

Wine and gastronomy

Alsace invites you to discover its traditional cuisine: Alsacian recipes (Sauerkraut, flammekuche, pie outbreak ...), wines, local products and gastronomic routes (Alsace Wine Route).

Its cuisine is distinguished by its know-how and taste, for both savoury and sweet dishes. Thousands of flavours will accompany your meal eaten in a starred restaurant, a bierstub or a winstub, which are meeting places that reflect what the Alsacian love above all: sharing good things, which is typically French!

In spring, when the colours of nature revive, follow the many gastronomic routes. They invite you to discover the rich Alsacian cuisine. The most famous is of course the Alsace Wine Route! Renowned worldwide, it unwinds at the foot of the Vosges over 170 km.The Wine Route only reveals its most secret detours to curious traveller who adventure themselves off the beaten tracks: take the time to go and meet the winemakers, to taste their wines, to get lost in the medieval towns which punctuate it! So what are you waiting for to go on our gourmet tours or enter our cellars?

Must-sees

Must-sees

Fried Carp Route

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Alsace, a wine region

Alsace, a wine region

Alsace's wines are white wines that stand out thanks to their freshness and delicate and intense...

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The markets

The markets

Weekly market

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Restaurants ideas

Restaurants ideas

La Palette - Table distinguée
Various and innovating cuisine in a contemporary place in the vineyard. . "Table Distinguée" of...

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Events

Events

Grape Harvest Festival
Traditional Wine festival for the capitale of Alsatian wine in the Bas-Rhine. With its Queen...

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Accommodation ideas

Accommodation ideas

Hôtel-restaurant du Faudé
At the heart of Welche country in a bower of green, you will discover Le Faudé! The Hotel boasts...

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Ideas of stays

Ideas of stays

Delights in Alsace
Dry or fruity wines? Moist gingerbread or sweet leckerlis? In Alsace there are so many different...

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