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Kientzheim Travel guide
Kientzheim : Michelin's recommendations
The entrance to Kientzheim puts visitors fully in the picture: above the Lalli gate is Alsace's chief face-puller, with his tongue sticking out. A medieval atmosphere fills the streets where strollers will encounter half-timbered houses, ancient wells and more. Nowadays the inhabitants work in the vineyards or make barrels, although sadly modern wine production has reduced the demand for barrels and wine-harvesting hods. On the last weekend in July there is a wine festival.
Tourist attractions Kientzheim : Things to see and do
D 28 F - 68240 Kientzheim
It dates back to the Middle Ages but was refurbished in the 16C. Today, this castle is the seat of the St-Etienne brotherhood which controls the quality of the Alsace wines. A Vineyard and Wines of Alsace Museum assembled on three floors holds a very..
2, place Schwendi. F - 68240 KIENTZHEIM
If you are travelling on the wine road, the Schillé-Gisie family will be delighted to welcome you to their inn and to help you visit the wine cellars. 2km from Riquewihr and 10km from Colmar. We are in the heart of Alsace, in a medieval wine village,..
2, rue Foch F - 68240 Kientzheim
Hotel : This superbly developed hotel used to be a convent and the charm of the original architecture has been successfully preserved. Located in the very heart of the medieval town of Kientzheim, this is an ideal base for discovering a wine-producin..
2 pl. Schwendi F - 68240 Kientzheim
The restaurant is set up in the inn's former wine cellar. The chef showcases the best of the region's gastronomy with dishes such as: Munster croquettes, foie gras with morello cherries, and trout cooked with Riesling. It is a pleasure sitting on the..