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Gewurztraminer grapes in the Brand grand cru vineyard, Turckheim, Alsace

Alsace Wine Tour

Wine tour to Alsace: aromatic, elegant wines, classic gastronomy and charming picture-book villages — Alsace has its very own style both when it comes to wine, food and architecture. It is easy to fall in love with this wine region where the picturesque village lie on a dotted line along the route du vin. They […]

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A back label showing sweet-dry scale, Alsace

Alsace: mostly white wines but much variety and so much to discover

Alsace is actually one of the regions in France with the least rainfall. That is not a bad feature for a travel destination. Hot and sunny in season. But it is still quite far north in France. So the wines are both sunny and crisp with fresh acidity. Often, they are aromatic. That has a […]

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Little Venice, ‘Petite Venise’, in Colmar, Alsace

Alsace, travel among grape varieties, terroir, and storks

Alsace is the only wine region in France that is entirely focused on grape varieties, although more and more wine producers now emphasise the importance of the terroir. There are many different wine styles and all have a gastronomic mirror, an Alsatian speciality that is perfect for each wine. Alsace can seem easy to understand, […]

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Pile of bottles of riesling 1999 in a wine cellar in Ribeauville, Alsace

Alsace, a strange (and exciting) wine region

Wine tour to Alsace, with wine, food and beautiful landscapes It is strange this thing with, Alsace and Alsatian wines. But you cannot help loving them, and all the gastronomic goodies from the region. As well as the beautiful landscape and all to pretty, story-book villages. It is strange this thing with Alsace. When I […]

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