Hostellerie le Marechal

4-5 place des Six-Montagnes-Noires, Petite Venise, Colmar, Alsace, 68000, France
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Alsacian glassware

by ElizabethEarnest

Gentlepersons: when in Colmar I purchased a dozen Alsacian wine glasses. The stems were green; the stems plus 4-5 ounce bowl were 8 inches high. I got them in a general/hardware store. Everywhere we ate, our wine was always served in these glasses. How may I order more -perhaps 2 dozen? Thank you very much. Elizabeth Earnest

Re: Alsacian glassware

by Kakapo2

simply - if you order them in France:

24 verres à vin d'Alsace

They are also available in other countries, for example in Germany as "Weinglas Elsaß" - but as you have no profile I cannot guess more...

Travel Tips for Colmar

Alsacian wines

by thinking

Alsace enjoys exceptional soils and a generous climate unite to produce remarkable wines. Protected from oceanic influence by the Vosges mountains, Alsace enjoys practically the lowest rainfall in France (400-500mm per year) and is blessed with a semi-continental climate, sunny, hot and dry.

This climate is ideal for slow, extended ripening of the grapes, giving wines with elegant, complex aromas.


The geology of Alsace is a genuine mosaic, made up of granite, limestone, gneiss, schist and sandstone. Such varied soils bring out the best in each different grape variety.

The vineyards extend for one hundred kilometres from north to south along the eastern foothills of the Vosges, at 200-400m of altitude, covering an area of 14500 hectares in production.

 

 

 

Bruat Fountain

by german_eagle

This fountain is a work of Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi (1864). The fountain was destroyed by the Nazis in 1940 and reconstructed in 1958.

The statues at the four corners depict four continents. Armand Joseph Bruat (1796 - 1855) was admiral and commander of the French Pacific Fleet. Born in Colmar he died after a glorious victory in the Krim War.

Stiftskirche St. Martin

by tini58de

In the heart of Old Colmar is a VERY old collegiate church, which was begun in 1230 on the site of a Romanesque church. It has a choir erected in 1350 and is crowned by a steeple rising to 70m.

It sure is very impressive - so don't miss it!

Collegiale Saint-Martin

by gueto

This church started being built in 1234 until 1365. It is a major example of Gothic Art. The foundations of a church dating back to the end of the first millennium were found, along with traces of building work from the 11th and 12th centuries during the restoration

Koifhus

by german_eagle

The Koifhus - the oldest public building of Colmar - was built in the second half of the 15th century. It was the centre of trade and economy.

The ground floor was used for storage of trading goods and customs. On the upper floor you find the halls where the representatives of the in 1354 founded Alsacienne 10-cities-league had their meetings.

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Address: 4-5 place des Six-Montagnes-Noires, Petite Venise, Colmar, Alsace, 68000, France