This South-to-North route is dotted with exceptional features of culture and architecture, as well as a host of wine villages where you’ll discover the local cuisine...
-Hartmannswille : well-known for one of the best-kept fortified cemeteries in Alsace. The village takes its name from Hartmannswillerkopf, the famous battlefield of the first world war.
-Wuenheim : located at the foot of Hartmannswillerkopf and the Ollwiller Grand Cru vineyard. From the Vieil Armand wine cellar, you can learn all about viticulture on a 3.5 km wine trail featuring information panels.
-Bergholtz-Zell : the Oelberg calvary is worth a visit; Five oratories and chapels recount the Passion of Christ. You will also discover a colourful wooden reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's “The Last Supper”.
-Orschwhir : Since its origins, this village has drawn its wealth from viticulture. A large part of its wine-growing region is classified as “Grands Crus d’Alsace”.
Fanny is a keen traveller and sportswoman. She particularly enjoys taking the wine route to admire the scenery and make the most of the mountains on her snowboard. I was born in Alsace. I feel strongly attached to this region. Its beauty has always fascinated me, which is one of the reasons I chose this occupation. I love seeing the wonderful panoramic views from the mountains, vineyards and villages. I’m a sporty person and like letting off steam with a game of tennis, unwinding at a good basketball match, or taking a breath of fresh air on my snowboard.See more topics writen by Fanny