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Champagne Vincey

6 Rue du Mesnil
51190 Oger

La Cité Du Champagne Collet

32 Rue Jeanson
51160 Ay

Office Du Tourisme Epernay „pays De Champagne“

7 Avenue de Champagne
51200 Épernay
7.5€ - 20€

Champagne Simon Rion

3 Rue des Auches
51390 Courmas
15€ - 25€

Château L’hermitage

33720 Budos

Les Sensations Vigneronnes

14 Rue de la Poterne
51200 Épernay
40€ - 50€

Maison De Champagne Pol Couronne

11 Cours Jean-Baptiste Langlet
51100 Reims
17.50€ - 45€

Le Wine Bar By Le Vintage

16 Place du Forum
51100 Reims

Domaine Jean-luc Et Bruno Meyer

4 Rue des 3 Châteaux
68420 Eguisheim

Champagne Du Rédempteur

30 Route d'Arty
51480 Venteuil

Paradise Rescued

56 Hageot
33410 Cardan

Champagne Vollereaux

48 Rue Léon Bourgeois
51530 Pierry
12€ - 32€

Villa Bissinger / Ecole Des Vins De Champagne

15 Rue Jeanson
51160 Ay
Frei - 25€

Domaine De Noiré

160 Rue de l'Olive
37500 Chinon
Frei - 90€

Balade à Vélo électrique En Champagne

Place de la République
51160 Hautvillers
35€ - 55€

Champagne Jacques Copin

23 Rue de la Barre
51700 Verneuil
15€ - 45€

Domaine Champeau

6 D153
58150 Saint-Andelain

Champagne Poirot

Ruelle Pernet
51130 Bergères-lès-Vertus
12€ - 25€

Clos Bellane

Route de Vinsobres
84600 Valréas

Champagne Jean-louis Chauré

6 Rue de Vavray
51300 Bassuet

Champagne R. Vizeneux & Fils

18 Rue du Tilleul
51700 Baslieux-sous-Châtillon

Champagne Vincent Brochet

28 Rue de Villers aux Nœuds
51500 Écueil

Champagne Charles Mignon

6 Rue Irène Joliot Curie
51200 Épernay
9€ - 12€

Jean Becker

4 Route d'Ostheim
68340 Zellenberg

Champagne Hélène Delhéry

Chemin des Garennes
51160 Hautvillers

Champagne Albert Beerens

37 Rue Blanche
10200 Arrentières
8€ - 30€

Champagne Boulard-bauquaire

30 Rue du Petit Guyencourt
51220 Cormicy
3.5€ - 20€

Vignobles Des Quatre Vents

1 Bois de Campion
33460 Margaux
7€ - 15€

Champagne Vincent D’astrée

1 Rue Carnot
51530 Pierry
8€ - 15€

Domaine Charles Sparr

2 Rue de la 1E Armée
68126 Kaysersberg-Vignoble

Champagne Sylvie Moreau

9 Rue des Tilleuls
51390 Saint-Euphraise-et-Clairizet

Chateau Les Moines

8 Chemin des Moines
33390 Blaye

Champagne Christian Muller

35 Rue de la Libération
51500 Mailly-Champagne

Domaine Cheysson

Le Bourg
69115 Chiroubles

Le Sentier Du Vigneron

Place de la Mairie
51160 Mutigny
15€ - 20€

Domaine Gustave Lorentz

91 Rue des Vignerons
68750 Bergheim
Frei - 8€

Domaine Freyburger Marcel

13 Grand Rue
68770 Ammerschwihr
Frei - 12€

Maison Bonnard

01470 Seillonnaz

Champagne Jean Marniquet

12 Rue Pasteur
51160 Avenay-Val-d'Or

Champagne Assailly

6 Rue de Lombardie
51190 Avize

Champagne Guy Remi

13 Rue Valentine Régnier
51700 Baslieux-sous-Châtillon

Champagne L’hoste Père Et Fils

Rue de Vavray
51300 Bassuet

Northeast, France

 5h30 from paris by car

 5,0000 wineries


Why visit Alsace ?

Alsace is known for its hilly landscapes, medieval towns, Christmas markets,especially the one in Strasbourg, its wines and small villages. The most beautiful village of France is located in Alsace and called Riquewhir. Alsace has a special situation in France, because of its geographical location, on the borders of the territory, and its very Germanic culture, perceptible in the Alsatian dialect, due to successive conquests. Riquewihr, Hunawihr, Eguisheim, are villages that represent the culture of Alsace, with Alsatian half-timbered houses, craft shops, restaurants of local gastronomy and last but not least, tasting of wine and cheese.

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What to visit in Strasbourg ?

The „petite France“, medieval city center

Capital of the region, Strasbourg has the particularity of overflowing slightly on Germany: the German city of Kehl indeed belongs to the urban area Strasbourg. The city is also known for its splendid Gothic cathedral and its astronomical clock, made of an impressive mechanism of automatons moving with the hours and days.

The colourful half-timbered houses are reflected in the water of the „Ill“, a small river running through the historic center. Place Gutenberg and the statue of the personage of the same name pay tribute to the inventor of the printing works. The traveler will enjoy stopping at one of the many restaurants in the center to enjoy traditional sauerkraut (Choucroute).

   5h30 from Paris

    1h48 from Paris (via TGV)

Visitando Colmar por un par de días

Navigate the waters of Little Venice

The second city of Alsace also takes all the local traditions. The colorful medieval houses are the essence of the historic center, and are reflected in the water of the aptly named „Little Venice„, central district with indescribable charm. The tanners‘ district and the fish market district take up the historical divisions by trade and today house bars and restaurants where you can enjoy a glass of local wine.

In addition, Colmar is also the capital of Alsace wines. The Alsace Wine House offers a glimpse of the Alsatian vineyards, presented by the winemakers. You can also drive at about 15 minutes from Colmar and go toward the well-known towns of Riquewihr, Ribeauvillé, etc. and you will find open cellars on your way. You’ll be received by a Winegrower and will have the opportunity to taste and discover their wines.

   5h35 from Paris

    2h16 from Paris (via TGV)

Tips to visit the Alsace region like a local

Because of the multiplicity of its must-see villages and its cellars, it is recommended to have a car to visit Alsace. Strasbourg, for its part, has an efficient tram/train network connected to numerous car-parkings. Those parkings are free of charge if you buy a tram ticket (#ecology) .

Train booking website  •  Car rentals agency : Hertz, Entreprise, Sixt, Europe Car, …

The Alsace region is full of nice and charming villages that you might have seen in pictures. You might arrive in Strasbourg or Colmar but you have to go and visit those villages that are in the heart of the vineyards. Near Strasbourg, you can go towards Obernai, where you’ll be able to drive on the road of the Alsace wines. It’s a road that lasts about 1 hour. Maybe more if you stop at the open cellars of winegrowers where you’ll be able to taste wine and visit cellars!

To discover the region like a local, nothing better than to take a room in a bed and breakfast in a winery. These are very numerous, especially near Strasbourg and Colmar or in the villages that are on the road of the Alsace’s wines. (Our favorites are Obernai in the North and Riquewihr or Mittelwihr near Colmar !)

Like in any places, restaurants can be good and perfect and sometimes a bit deceiving. To avoid you the last option our team gathered some of their best spots. You’ll often see the word Winstub in the name of restaurant. It’s just a typical German word to designate popular restaurant, with a rustic atmosphere but where you’ll be well received and you will eat well!

In the villages near Colmar you have several choices but our favorites are Caveau Gambrinus, L’ami Fritz, ..


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