The wine of Cleebourg
Northern Alsace has the northern most vineyards on the Alsace Wine Route. Situated within the Northern Vosges Regional Natural Park, 60 km north of Strasbourg and at the end of the frontier with Germany, the Cléebourg vineyard covers 200 hectares.
In the immediate vicinity of the picturesque villages of Seebach and Hunspach and the beautiful town of Wissembourg, Cléebourg is an unmissable stop on the north of the Wine Route.
Unique in France: the Cléebourg cooperative brings together all of the wine producers, that's nearly 200 winemakers, to produce 15,000 hectolitres annually of wines and crémant d'Alsace.
The diversity of the soil, along with the optimum exposure enjoyed by the hillsides, enables the Cleebourg wine producers cave to produce or 7 Alsatian great varieties: Sylvaner, Pinot blanc, Muscat, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir.
Allow yourself to be seduced by this vineyard situated away from the classic trail of the Alsace Wine Route!