Cellar Visit and Wine Tasting with Vegetarian Meal to Strasbourg

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Passionate about travel and architecture, Céline and Yvan ZEYSSOLFF visited many family cellars, original and sometimes exceptional. Which all have a common theme: democratizing one of the finest French heritage, which is wine. The estate is no longer used only as a working tool, but as a place of exchange where wine is told through family and regional history. Céline and Yvan ZEYSSOLFF, owner of a domain rich in history and heritage, decide to create a place of sharing where wine enthusiasts or not, emerge enriched not only culturally but emotionally. You will taste 5 Alsatian wines and a vegetable quiche in a unique setting: an old family cellar dating from 1850 where history and modernity mingle! A small cozy space is also at your disposal in the old vaulted cellar of the House. Children are welcome and will have a homemade grape juice.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Vins Zeyssolff - Au Péché Vigneron

After the tasting of 5 Alsatian wines and the visit of our century-old tuns cellar, you can sit down at the table for the meal. You will enjoy a seasonal soup as a starter, followed by a vegetable quiche accompanied by raw vegetables and finish your meal with a portion of kougelhopf and its biebelaskaas (Alsatian fromage blanc). Your meal will be served in the former cellar of the House, which has now become a "Bar à Manger" area.

For children, a menu of knacks, vegetable crisps, drinks and desserts is available. You can also not register the children and they will choose a menu on the spot!

Following the organic conversion of our estate, we have renovated our cellar and take advantage of this new setting to offer our future visitors a new activity: a film on our rather rich personal history, and on our work philosophy. All projected in the cellar, on hundred-year-old oak barrels at 180°, allowing the public to find themselves in total immersion in our history. A unique scenographic space in France.


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