The vineyard of Leimbach


" Dans ce vignoble, détruit durant la Première Guerre mondiale et replanté en 1920, vous retrouvez des traces du conflit (monuments, anciens bunkers…). Son terroir offre une production favorable au Pinot Noir, dont le fameux rouge de Steinbach. A découvrir grâce à un sentier viticole de 5km. "

In a place called Kalkgruben, in a hidden setting surrounded by forests and on the heights of the village of Leimbach, the first wine-producing village on the Alsace Wine Route, the grapes from the production are used to produce the "Clos Gottestal" Pinot Gris. To discover it, you will have to stroll through the village's narrow streets and discover part of its forest.

And at the place called Obere-Heiden, on sunny slopes facing the Grand Cru du Rangen, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are grown on about 6 hectares.

These grapes are used to produce another Alsatian speciality: Crémant. If you like bubbles, don't leave without having tasted it!

  • Pets allowed : yes
Additional information
  • Altitude : 450m
  • Distance to the nearest station (km) : 4
  • Type of visits proposed : Free visit

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