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What tourists think about beautifull Alsace.
Wine and Alsacian Gastronomy
Many restaurants enliven the city, several gastronomic restaurants are even classified among the best of France. Authentic specialties can be tasted in the" winstubs", small typical wine bars of Strasbourg.
date: 2005-07-20

Strasbourg the capital of Europe
New-York, Geneva and Strasbourg: the only cities in the world that welcome international institutions without being capitals of state. The choice of Strasbourg as European capital on the following day of the second world conflict did not happen by chance, but is the symbol of the reconciliation between the people and the future of Europe. Visiting the heart of Europe is also an opportunity to discover fascinating contemporary architecture.
date: 2005-07-20

Solo Travel in Alsace
Bi-lingual Land Rich as Rothschild
The Alsatians, who are accustomed to people coming from all over, have made it their business to be very welcoming. Though it is the smallest province of France, it’s obvious why it has been invaded by almost every other European group, beginning with the Celts, the Franks, the Romans, the Vandals and the Huns. Even Charlemagne laid claim to this rich land.
date: 2006-03-06

Interview with the well know wine importer Robert Kacher who spend yearly several months in France.
NGT: What makes Alsatian wine unique?
RK: In Alsace there are about 65 miles (104 kilometers) of vineyards, where perhaps the most diverse selection of grapes in France are grown: Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Muscat d’Alsace, Gewürztraminer, Tokay-Pinot Gris, Riesling, and Pinot Noir. The possibilities that each grape type offers are dramatic and enable winemakers to create a great variety of wines.

date: 2006-03-07

The Cabbage feast in Alsace
In some places they toss flowers, but in revelling Krautergersheim they bombard us with cabbages. Mercifully, they're shredded " for these are not your pipsqueak common or garden veg. Statuesque, majestic, weighing up to seven kilos, the cabbages the crowds are cheering are the Bonapartes of brassica, great chieftains of the cabbage race.
date: 2006-03-11

Postcard from Alsace
A box full of stones from the Kreydenweiss family vineyards in Alsace: Dark-gray granite, pale-tan schist, reddish sandstone. If there's anyone left out there who doesn't believe in terroir, the concept that the minerals in vineyard soil can communicate unique and identifiable flavors to the grapes and thus to the wine, I suggest a visit to Alsace for further instruction.
date: 2006-03-23

Alsace wine blossoms amid the wine route
The wine in this region is wonderfully tasty and mostly white (there is one red grape, the pinot noir). Alsatian wines are "varietal," meaning pressed from one grape variety, and are identified by grape and the maker’s name. There are a few variations on that, but mostly this is how it is done.
date: 2006-04-01

Alsace through the vineyards
The prospect of fine dining and lush scenery gets Anthony Lambert and family on their bikes for an active break, Alsace-style
Our teenage son had become a distant whirr of legs and wheels as we pedalled up the slope at a more sedate pace, content to enjoy the panorama over arrow-straight rows of vines. It may be something of a humiliation to discover that your offspring can outpace you on two wheels, but a cycling holiday happily absorbs any latent testosterone storms.
date: 2006-08-06

Alsace: Proudly Different
Alsace is the parade ground of Europe; it has known war for centuries. More recently there have been three wars in the last 120 years and each time the region ended up, if not on the winning side, at least as the spoils of the victor. Southern Alsace sprawls across a gap between the Alps and the Vosges mountains which offers one of the few routes east and west across the Rhine that an army can take with ease, and take it they have.
date: 2006-10-26


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Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.
Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.

Colmar. Nice city.
Colmar. Nice city.



Discover France through Alsace.
[ Discover France through Alsace. ]

·Riesling, The Great White Hope
·An Alsatian at the Table
·Alsace, The pedigree of Pinot Gris
·Is Alsace in dilemma?
· Alsatian Pinot Gris: How Sweet It Is!
·Reconnecting with Alsace
·Another French Paradox: Alsace Riesling
·Rieslings from Alsace are drier
·Wine Issued from Organic Grapes

Colmar. Nice city.


Colmar. Nice city.

Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.


Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.


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