Wine Tours

Known for its unique blend of French and Germanic influences, Alsace is a region like no other. 

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Located in the northeast of France, Alsace lies on the border between France and Germany on the west bank of the river Rhine. Alsace is something of a hidden treasure, boasting verdant green rolling hills, hilltop castles, and a unique heritage. It has changed hands between France and Germany on several occasions throughout history, reflected in its Germanic villages of brightly painted, steep-roofed, half-timbered houses.

Alsace is most famously known for its very aromatic, floral, and spicy white wines that make up over 90% of the region’s production. Indulge in elegant, dry Riesling, off-dry Pinot Gris, and luscious, rich Gewürztraminer.


Capital of Christmas: Visit Strasbourg, with its festive charm which captivates visitors with its spellbinding architecture, colorful markets, and enchanting ambiance.

Route des Vins: Taste your way along this iconic tour which celebrates the region's prominent vineyards famous for their aromatic, floral, and spicy notes.

Gastronomic delights: Sample some of the best regional dishes like choucroute garnie, flammekueche, and tarte flambee.

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Tour Château Haut-Koenigsbourg


VIP privately guided tour at Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle with access to areas normally closed to the public. It sits atop a hill at an altitude of 757 meters and overlooks the surrounding valleys and hills.

The castle was built in the 12th century by the Hohenstaufen dynasty but was destroyed in the 17th century during the Thirty Years' War. It was then abandoned and left in ruins for several centuries until it was bought by the town of Sélestat in 1865. The castle was then restored and renovated by the German architect Bodo Ebhardt at the request of the German emperor Wilhelm II, who wanted to use it as a symbol of German power and influence in the region.

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Visit Riquewihr Village


Visit Riquewihr, the gem of the Alsace Wine Route and ranked among the 'Most Beautiful Villages of France,’ followed by a tasting at Domaine Weinbach, universally regarded as one of the greatest producers of Alsace wines. Located in neighboring Kaysersberg at the foot of the majestic Schlossberg Hill, the estate was built by the Capuchin Monks in 1612 and has been in the Faller family since 1898.

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Private Tasting at Château of Kientzheim


Château of Kientzheim is where the seat of the Confrérie Saint Étienne is located. Founded in the XIVth century, the Confrérie Saint Étienne is the oldest wine confrérie in France. Discover the prestigious collection of the Confrérie Saint Étienne with its 65,000 bottles of Alsace wines, and enjoy a private winetasting of old vintage wine.

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Stay at La Maison des Têtes


A boutique stay with a Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant in the heart of Colmar and the Alsace Region. La Maison des Têtes embodies the simple elegance of stately mansion homes that over the centuries refined the art of hosting.

The owners of the establishment, Eric Girardin and Marilyn Tanguy Girardin, draw inspiration from the past while still being firmly rooted in the present to showcase its cultural and historic heritage in a 21st-century setting. La Maison des Têtes is a successful blend of the strengths of Alsatian tradition and modernity.

Custom Travel Itineraries

At Into The Vineyard, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer you complete freedom to build your perfect trip. Start with one of our many sample itineraries and customize as you desire, or start with a blank page, and with the help of our expert Trip Planners, we can create your dream wine-inspired travel experience. 


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