Domaine Ginglinger, Alsace Pfersigberg Gewurztraminer – B&B and Gites

Le Hameau d'Eguisheim
Eguisheaim sign

The almost impossibly pretty Alsace wine village of Eguisheim (68 Haut-Rhin, Grand Est) is surrounded by vineyards and is home to
more than 30 winegrowers and two Grands Crus, Eichberg and Pfersigberg The town is adorned in flowers. with narrow cobbled streets, old houses, castle ramparts and more flowers.

The Hameau d’Eguisheim provides both B&B and self-catering apartments in a typical half-timbered house in the heart of the village , but which is also on a wine estate! Hameau can be translated as “hamlet” – i.e. a collection of buildings, which here includes 2 thatched cottages in addition to the 5 B&B rooms and part of the wine Domaine Ginglinger, which produces the range of Alsace white wines including several Grand Crus (Eichberg, Pfersigberg).

All the accommodation is here is modern and well-furnished and comes with private bathroom/shower, internet access and a flat-screen TV. and the comfort of quality bedding. For longer stays, there are 2 comfortable cottages with a capacity of 4 and 6 people (including one with a private balcony). The cottages have a fully equipped kitchen, a large living room with flat screen TV, a bathroom with bath, separate WC.

Guests can visit the wine cellar and enjoy a wine tasting of the property’s wines. The village of Eguisheim offers restaurants, shops, bars and a Tourist Information Office and there are several wine festivals in the village in Summer and a Christmas Market.

Domaine Ginglinger wine bottle

Alsace Domaine Pierre Henri Ginglinger

The family-run estate of Pierre Henri Ginglinger produces the whole range of Alsace wines: Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer following organic principles. The 15 hectares include vines classified as Alsace Grand Cru – Eichberg, Pfersigberg, and Ollwiller, Organic viticulture does not use any synthetic treatment and fertilizers, to avoid pollution, and to protect flora and fauna. The microbial life of the soil is still in action and helps to support the natural ecosystem. A natural grass is present every second row, the other row is plowed. This gives the opportunity to produce quality wines, representative of their terroir, because the wine can draw the maximum character of the soil.

for more info and to check availability at this Alsace B&B and Gites see l’Hameau d’Eguisheim

OR see nearby vineyard accommodation at Domaine Pierre Adam

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Alsace is a truly exceptional setting for making wine. Protected by the Vosges Mountains, this picturesque region is singularly blessed with enviable conditions: ancient soils, noble grapes and an extraordinary climate – one of the driest in France. Thirteen distinct terroirs make Alsace a mosaic unlike anywhere else. Here, minerality and freshness aren’t just concepts, they are the story of the wines.[]