An Alsace wine B&B on a wine domaine on the Alsace wine route at the foot of the Haut Königsberg mountain near the wine village of Ribeauvillé (68, Haut-Rhin, Grand Est): Domaine François Bléger.
Alsace is one of the prettiest wine regions of France, with timbered houses and hilly landscapes. The climate is surprisingly good climate – enjoying some of the lowest rainfall totals in France (only 400-500mm per year) and a semi-continental climate, sunny, hot and dry.
The B&B François Bleger is a 17th-Century building in Saint-Hippolyte, surrounded by vineyards and with its own wine cellar, which guests can visit.
The domaine offers comfortable en-suite bedrooms sleeping 1-4 people with shower/WC, TV, wifi and views over the vineyards or the domaine’s courtyard. Free wifi is available. A generous breakfast is served!
The Domaine produces dry white. red and rosé wines, sparkling Crémant d’Alsace and late-harvest wines.
for more info and to check availability at this charming Alsace B&B see Domaine François Bléger
nearby alternative vineyard B&B: Domaine Pierre Adam at Ammerschwihr
by train to Strasbourg
airport: Strasbourg SXB 40 km/25 miles
essential reference guides for your trip
somewhere to stay? ferry? trains?, car hire?
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Alsace is one of the top white wine regions of France, producing terroir-driven wines with pure fruit expression. Authenticity, elegance and balanced fruit flavours combine to create a range of wonderful wines to be shared and enjoyed.
AC Alsace: Made mostly from single grape varieties and named after the grape from which they are made, or occasionally made from a well-balanced blend of grape varieties from the region
AC Alsace Grand Cru: Made from grapes grown to particularly strict standards, both in terms of yield and quality, within fifty-one specially designated vineyards
AC Crémant d’Alsace: The sparkling wine of the Alsace region is made mainly from Pinot Blanc, but also from Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Chardonnay.
Vendanges Tardives/Sélection de Grains Nobles: Late-harvest/botrytised sweet wines, with intense, complex aromas, powerful structure and a long finish