On the Alsace Wine Route, Vignobles Frey-Sohler is in Scherwiller (67 Bas Rhin,) and offers an Alsace self-catering apartment.
A traditionally furnished and self-contained apartment at Vignobles Frey-Sohler is in a winemaker’s traditional Alsatian-style house in the heart of a wine village and features a living area with a TV, BBQ facilities and a bathroom with both a bath and shower.
The kitchen includes an oven, microwave and dishwasher.
Free wifi. Mountain bikes can be rented
This is a family wine domaine producing the range of Alsace wines – mainly dry whites (Riesling, Gewurztraminer etc) but also a red/rosé Pinot Noir, some sparkling Crémant d’Alsace and some dessert late-harvest whites. There are also some Grand Crus from plots recognised as being especially good. You can have a wine tasting and buy wine at the vineyard.
Alsace is situated in North East France. It is bordered by the Vosges mountains to the west and to the East by the river Rhine which is the border with Germany.
Alsace had a turbulent history between Franee and Germany. The region is at the centre of Europe. Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace, hosts the European Parliament.
Alsace is a region with green hills and medieval villages. The Alsace wine route (route des vins) is one of the most scenic in France.
Shops and restaurants can be found within walking distance. Strasbourg is a 40-minute drive away and the impressive Château du Haut-Königsbourg is only 8 miles.
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By High Speed Train to Strasbourg