Cellar visit with Tasting of 5 Alsatian and Kougelhopf wines to Strasbourg

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  • 1.5 hr

Pay attention to the language in which you book your visit. Some slots are in French and others in English. Check that you have booked in the correct language. Maison ZEYSSOLFF is one of the few cellars in Alsace with around twenty hundred-year-old oak casks, each with a capacity of 10,000L, still used for the vinification of its wines. His great curiosity is the ZEYSSOLFF barrel, made in 1897 for the Universal Exhibition in Paris (1900). This barrel is still in use today. The immersive experience with projections on thunderbolts and sound work is unique in France. Children are welcome during the visit, it is suitable for everyone. Our estate is in organic farming. Alsace Tourism Trophy 2021 and Atout France Wine Tourism Trophy 2022.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Vins Zeyssolff - Au Péché Vigneron

You dream of discovering Alsace through its cellars. Maison ZEYSSOLFF is one of the rare cellars in Alsace to still vinify in century-old oak casks of more than 10,000L. His great curiosity is the ZEYSSOLFF barrel, made in 1897 for the Universal Exhibition in Paris (1900). By appointment, Maison ZEYSSOLFF offers you a complete guided tour of its premises, from the making of the wine, from the cellar to the bottle. A commented tasting of the estate's wines accompanied by a part of kougelhopf (Alsatian brioche) will awaken your taste buds ...

NEW 2020! opening of a scenographic space with immersive 180 ° video projected on barrels.
This year, following the organic conversion of our estate, we are renovating our cellar and taking advantage of this new setting to offer our future visitors a new activity.
This film is not a remake of what we can find so far in the story of the work of the vineyard. But a film about our rather rich personal history, and our working philosophy. All of this is projected in the cellar, on hundred-year-old oak barrels at 180 °, allowing the public to be completely immersed in our history.
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