Nestled among vineyards, the town of Rosheim welcomes you
Located on the Wine Route, Rosheim shares its rich wine culture
From the very first glance, the Alsace Wine Route is postcard-perfect: elegant vineyards winding their way to the edges of the Vosges forests, ruins of proud Medieval castles, villages with old ramparts, which now exist only to protect the cheerful spirit of flower-lined lanes, welcoming winstubs and festive wine cellars, as well as centuries-old dwellings such as Romanesque churches and fountains and wells that the Renaissance period has generously bequeathed to us.
Rosheim is worth visiting for these unforgettable sights. Meet our winegrowers, taste their wines, and wander the streets of the medieval quarter. Then make your way around the wine route in the hills of Westerberg and admire the beautiful vistas, especially of the Strasbourg Cathedral and the Black Forest, from the vineyards at the highest vantage points. Guided tours by the winegrowers are available on Thursdays from mid-July to mid-August.
Finally, marvel at the Alsatian way of life and its culinary creativity that, along with its wine, sets it apart and makes it one of the most food-loving regions in France!