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Location: Colmar

Day 1 - 4 Feb 2022

Grand Hôtel Bristol

Colmar, Grand Hôtel Bristol
Colmar, Grand Hôtel Bristol
Colmar, Grand Hôtel Bristol
Colmar, Grand Hôtel Bristol

Content: Take the train from Paris and check into this adorable boutique hotel right across from the train station! Some people choose to stay right in colmar but i chose to stay here because i needed to catch a train to milan. This is still super convenient and even more conveniently located to other stops along the wine route

La Petite Venise

Colmar, La Petite Venise
Colmar, La Petite Venise
Colmar, La Petite Venise

Content: All of colmar is adorable! The city center is about a 10 minute walk from the hotel. Super easy, all flat, and gorgeous the whole way there and back. M

Paul Boulangerie

Colmar, Paul Boulangerie
Colmar, Paul Boulangerie
Colmar, Paul Boulangerie

Content: Stop by PAUL for a delicious pain au chocolat 🍫🥐

Colmar

Colmar, Colmar
Colmar, Colmar
Colmar, Colmar

Content: Walk around the cute village more! It seriously looks like real life beauty and the beast!

Marché couvert Colmar

Colmar, Marché couvert Colmar
Colmar, Marché couvert Colmar

Content: Theres a covered market by la petite venise for fresh food, snacks, groceries, and more. This definitely seems like where the locals do their grocery shopping!

Pâtisserie Gilg

Colmar, Pâtisserie Gilg

Content: Got myself another snack of course - a chocolate beignet 🍫🍫🍫 10/10 so delicious!

Restaurant Brasserie l'Auberge

Colmar, Restaurant Brasserie l'Auberge
Colmar, Restaurant Brasserie l'Auberge
Colmar, Restaurant Brasserie l'Auberge
Colmar, Restaurant Brasserie l'Auberge

Content: Luckily the hotel i was staying in had a well known restaurant. Typical Alsatian food with a glass of delicious riesling. Very reasonably priced and quiet

Location: Eguisheim

Day 2 - 5 Feb 2022

Wolfberger - Cave Eguisheim

Eguisheim, Wolfberger - Cave Eguisheim
Eguisheim, Wolfberger - Cave Eguisheim

Content: This was my first tasting in Eguisheim! Alsace is renowned for riesling, pinot gris, and gewurztraminer. This is a pretty commercialized vineyard but still good nonetheless. Very aesthetically pleasing

Eguisheim

Eguisheim, Eguisheim
Eguisheim, Eguisheim
Eguisheim, Eguisheim
Eguisheim, Eguisheim
Eguisheim, Eguisheim

Content: You could spend hours just walking around which is exactly what i did!

Domaine Joseph Gruss & Son (Fine Wines of Alsace)

Eguisheim, Domaine Joseph Gruss & Son (Fine Wines of Alsace)
Eguisheim, Domaine Joseph Gruss & Son (Fine Wines of Alsace)

Content: A very small, boutique intimate winery. I basically stumbled in here on accident and the winemakers literally live on the property. I basically did a tasting in thejr living room and got to learn about wine for an hour. It was an unforgettable experience

Domaine Jean-Louis MANN and Fabienne

Eguisheim, Domaine Jean-Louis MANN and Fabienne
Eguisheim, Domaine Jean-Louis MANN and Fabienne
Eguisheim, Domaine Jean-Louis MANN and Fabienne
Eguisheim, Domaine Jean-Louis MANN and Fabienne

Content: Also another small family owned vineyard with a tasting room in Eguisheim. They specialize in natural and biodynamic wines. They are famous for growing riesling on 3 different types of soil. My favorite was the cremant (sparkling, but it has to be called cremant d’alsace) and the riesling.