An aerial view of the wine-growing area

Noble Valley

Noble Valley is thus named because it used to be home to seven castles and a number of noble families.
In this unique landscape at the foot of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park, an exceptional vineyard lines the small valleys.


From Kaysersberg to Colmar

From the Alsace Wine Capital of Colmar, the vineyard weaves its way through the famous Kayserberg valley, where traces of key periods in the history of Alsace mingle: Middle Ages, Renaissance, Second World War, etc.


Vineyard Gems

Take a trip back through history on an exploration of the medieval villages of Bergheim, Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Zellenberg...


Around Dambach-La-Ville

The vineyard of Dambach is dominated by Bernstein castle and offers uninterrupted views stretching from Strasbourg cathedral to the Swiss Alps.


The Andlau-Mittelbergheim vineyard

Nestling in the heart of a little valley, discover Andlau and its impressive abbatial church. From there, head for Mittelbergheim and Eischoffen, admiring along the way the vineyards of three Grands Crus of prestige.


The Couronne d’Or (Golden Ring)

The "Golden Ring" at the heart of the vineyard is where the Alsace Wine Route begins.
The scenery unfolds between Marlenheim and Avolsheim in an alternation of grape vines, cereal crops and fruit orchards.