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Dambach-la-Ville—the largest wine-producing village along the Alsace Wine Road—is protected by ramparts and three imposing 13th-century gateways. It's particularly rich in half-timber, high-roof houses from the 17th and 18th centuries, clustered mainly around place du Marché (Market Square). Also on the square is the 16th-century Hôtel de Ville. As you walk the charming streets, notice the
wrought-iron signs and rooftop oriels.
This small, yet important, wine town in the Andlau river valley is surrounded by the Vosges mountains. Its historic center has several noteworthy...
Surrounded by vineyards that harvest some of the finest vintages of Sylvaner and Gewurztraminer wines, Barr is a thriving, semi-industrial town...