Alsace wine route

Visit Alsace wine route

Alsace wine route: an overview

The wine route is a must for your visit to Alsace. The wine route is 170 km. It starts at Marlenheim to finish at Thann. The Alsatian wine route includes 4200 wine-growers, who stopped 15600 HA of vines in total. The vines of Alsace and the exceptional geological conditions which allow to have a land with the blooming of the vines. These vines are a variety of rich and varied wines that are classified into several categories.

Pinot Blanc: which accompanies everyday dishes, supple and light.
Pinot Gris: noble wine that will amaze you with its power.
Sylvaner: excellent aperitif wine for its lightness.
Riesling: the elegance of the wine that is sorted for the best occasions.
Red: the nobility of Alsace wine very full-bodied.
Rosé: the most fruity of all, ideal for an aperitif.
Gewurtraminer: the wine with the most character.
Muscat: fruity and delicate flavored ideal also for the aperitif.
Crémant d’Alsace: fine and fresh for the aperitif and accompanying desserts.

Visit the wine route with a VTC driver

Enjoy the Alsace wine route with a private VTC driver. On board a comfortable car, private chauffeurs will drive you through the Alsatian villages and you will discover the most beautiful cellars of our region. Visit Alsace and its wine route without worry of transport thanks to the VTC Stable. Our private drivers are assured of a quality of service and a punctuality without flaws.