With the hands, thenoze, the taste... another ay of discovering vineyards! for sighted and non-sighted, it is the new workshop at VIGNOBLE KLUR, read more about its establishing.
Organic and biodynamic farming is not only about vines and wines. Discovering a more global way to do it is the deal of our workshops, tastings and wine adventure offers, have a look at the reports and book one yourselves
Objects, calendars, herbal infusions, the préparâts, pictures on big screen, exchanges throughout a wine-tasting of 3 wines....and everything clear and understandable...Join us for this workshop created in 2014, details here
A season rich in cycling stops, Andiamo, Bike Air, Movélo, bachelorettes parties or stag night, every one of them stormed for the grand crus by small paths. Maps, gps and bikes furnished. A good way to discover wine tourism in Alsace, 1st cyclable region in France !
The Jenkins Family travelled to Katzenthal and reported in Huffingtonpost. "Well, it was pretty clear that to make my fantasy a reality I'd have to go abroad. So when we were invited to visit friends in France, I started planning a road trip that would take us through the famous Alsace region. Ideally, I want to stay in that little cottage at the vineyard and learn a little bit about what makes the region and its grapes so special. I found that place in Katzenthal through Vacations Abroad. The cottage was owned by the vignoble Klur, who was happy to share the winemaking process, from caring for the vines and picking the grapes, to pressing the grapes and letting their juices fall into wooden vats hidden in a cave beneath our accommodations. "Here," Monsieur Klur explained in a thick French accent, "winemaking is a family business. We welcome everyone." A small playground and pool kept the kids occupied while we took care of work in the mornings, and then we were off to explore the castle and the vineyards. We even watched glider planes and hot air balloons soar above the stately scenery. And people seemed happy to see the kids. I don't want to feel like I'm a bad mother. And my kids shouldn't feel uncomfortable because they had this experience. I liked the way that the vineyard was more than just a commodity in Europe, but also a way of life. Is it possible to have the same experience here in the U.S.? Maybe. I just haven't found it yet."
This new guide deals about best places to stop to discover wines, vines and winemakers all around France. Use it to drive around on small romantic roads discovering terroirs and grappe varietis.
Of course in Alsace stop by at Vignoble KLur in Katzenthal for a food and wine pairing, a vineyard walk, a tasting or a vacation time.