Domaine Bernard Scherb – Relais du Vignoble

Relais du Vignoble
Relais du Vignoble

The Alsace vineyard Hotel – Relais du Vignoble in Gueberschwihr (68 Haut-Rhin, Grand Est), owned by the family winemakers Domaine Bernard Scherb

The Relais Du Vignoble is on an Alsace wine estate, outside the village of Gueberschwihr. It offers spacious en-suite guest rooms with TVs and free wired internet.Guests can sample local and estate wines, at the free wine tasting sessions in the 13th century cellar. The hotel restaurant serves regional, traditional cuisine and a full buffet breakfast with panoramic views to the Vosges mountains, the Alsace vineyards and the Black Forest!

The hotel is just a few kilometres south-east of Colmar and Eguisheim, close to many pretty Alsace wine villages and good wine producers. Gueberschwihr is a village of pretty painted houses where, as you can try wine tasting in cobbled courtyards. Since the 8th Century Gueberschwihr has been a recognised wine village. A certificate from the city of Luzern in Switzerland, issued in 1728, recognised the wines of Goldert in Gueberschwihr as a special parcel of vines, nowadays recognised as a Grand Cru and partly owned by the respected Zind Humbrecht family of wine producers.!

Domaine Scherb wine bottle

Domaine Bernard Scherb

Domaine Bernard SCHERB s a family estate that we have been cultivating for 4 generations, but there are traces of the vines in the family since 1646.
The Domaine cultivates about 15 hectares of vines spread over a distance of 15 kms belonging to 4 different villages (Gueberschwihr, Voegtlinshoffen, Rouffach and Orschwihr).

Appellations :A.O.C Alsace
A.O.C Alsace Grand Cru Goldert
A.O.C Crémant d’Alsace
.Alsatian wines are mainly white, with a few reds made from Pinot Noir. Although usually sold in fluted bottles with gothic writing these wines are very different from the German wines across the border. Alsace wines are mainly dry and elegant. There are some sweeter, specialist wines which are more “dessert wines” from late harvests and unusually for French wines they are classified primarily by grape variety – e.g. Gewurztraminer, Riesling etc.

for more info and to check availability at this Alsace vineyard Hotel see Relais Du Vignoble

nearby alternative vineyard accommodation at Hotel Le Schoenenbourg

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  • Post last modified:February 11, 2024