Alsace – a long disputed land

Alsace has for centuries been a disputed territory between Germany and France. Even today the past remains ever present when visiting the region as each empire has made their mark. You see this clearly in the architecture, language – both German and French is spoken – and most of all, you taste it in the wine.

In Alsace, vineyards are located along a very narrow strip between the Vosges mountains to the West and the Rhine river to the east. The Vosges mountains are not very high – reaching only 200-400 meters – but nevertheless provide shelter from cool westerly winds and rain. Given its northern location it is a surprise to many that the town of Colmar in Alsace is actually the driest town in France.

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