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Wine and gastronomy

Wine and gastronomy

Alsatian wine and cuisine Alsace is synonymous with good times shared over a delicious meal. Widely recognised for its wine and cuisine, it never fails to delight foodies! Its generous cooking stands out for its know-how and flavour, for both its savoury or sweet dishes.

The Alsatian art of living also includes the magic of the Wine Route which weaves its way between the vineyards and villages, inviting you to discover some of its most secret addresses. Take the time to meet the winegrowers and to sample a selection of Grands Crus! Why wait? Discover our gastronomy and visit our wine cellars today?

Must-sees

Must-sees

Fried Carp Route

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Restaurants ideas

Restaurants ideas

Restaurant Au Vieux Couvent
Alexis and Jean Albrecht welcome you to their contemporary restaurant Au Vieux Couvent in Rhinau....

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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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Craftsmen and producers

Craftsmen and producers

La Maison du Fromage - Vallée de Munster / The Munster cheese house
Discover a terroir and a cheese. You will discover films, exhibitions, educational workshops,...

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The markets

The markets

Christmas local producers market
Discover regional products that you can eat with family or friends during Christmas and New Year...

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Cookery classes

Cookery classes

Vineyards and wines of Barr
In Summer, every Tuesday wine growers from Barr invite you to discover their work. You will...

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Events

Events

Market 1st and 3rd Monday in the month
At the first and third monday of each month is market on the place d'Armes

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Accommodation ideas

Accommodation ideas

Hôtel A l'Etoile
Located in the charming village of Mittelhausen, just a few kilometres from the capital of...

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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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