The Alsace wine route
Inaugurated in 1953, the Alsace wine route is one of the most famous in France. Throughout the year, it offers its neophyte or connoisseur visitors many activities related to wine and the vineyard.
Recently, it began organising an annual " SLOW UP " , which consists of leaving cars behind and walking or cycling along part of the route.
It winds for 170 km from the north to the south of the region, from Marlenheim to Thann, and crosses 70 wine villages which are reputed to be the finest in the region.