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Vineyards south of Barr : a quick and easy route along the wine route on an electric bike.

  • Andlau, la perle du vignoble d'Alsace
  • Sur les pente du Zotzenberg
  • Mittelbergheim à vélo - les plus beau villages d'Alsace
  • Sur les hauteurs de Mittelbergheim

The Alsace wine route by bike

This electric bike tour is easy and accessible. It plunges you into the heart of the Alsace vineyards and wine route. The vineyards are flanked by three superb, typically Alsatian villages: Itterswiller, with its half-timbered houses and geraniums, Andlau, an ancient fortified village proud of its three Grands Crus, and Mittelbergheim, which boasts a Sylvaner Grand Cru.




22 km

Verticale rise

270m D+

Duration ±


Interesting stages accessible by electric bike

The Alsace wine route

This short stretch of the Alsace wine route is probably one of the most interesting for anyone who loves wine and beautiful landscapes. Undulating and varied, with numerous viewpoints, it’s an ideal cycling route to immerse yourself in our vineyards.

Picturesque villages on an e-bike

Itineris Villa was the name of the village in Roman times. They were the first to introduce vines. A very pretty village in true Alsatian style, with several restaurants, including the terrace of the Arnold winstub.
Andlau is a medieval wine-growing village, formerly fortified, full of charm and character. Its history revolves around Saint Richarde (Carolingian Empress, born in 840), who founded an abbey here, and the family of the Counts of Andlau, which still exists today. Several restaurants and terraces await you, as do the Seigneurie workshops.
The village was originally an imperial property. In 880, Emperor Charles the Fat made a gift of it to his wife Richarde, founder of Andlau Abbey. Mittelbergheim lies on a huge block of limestone. Several quarries provided the stones needed to build the village’s magnificent Renaissance houses.

Le grand cru Zotzenberg

At an altitude of 320 m (easily accessible with an electric bike), on the southern flank of the 320 m-high Mittelbergheim hill, Zotzenberg has the privilege of being the only lieu-dit that accepts Sylvaner as a Grand Cru. To be tasted for pleasure or curiosity, while taking a break on your cycling itinerary.

Last update : 18 march 2024.

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