The alsacien whisky and spirits museum

For as long as anyone can remember, the Meyer name has been associated with the distillation of fruit from the Villé Valley. In the small village of Hohwarth in Alsace, the company has developed with the aim of producing high quality eaux-de-vie.

In 1958, Fridolin Meyer launched his first products in the Val de Villé.
But very quickly the quality of the fruit brandies went beyond these borders and the products were soon found on the great French and German tables. For a long time, Germany was one of the first customers of the distillery, although it is one of the most competitive markets in terms of distilleries, which shows the quality of the products. 

In 1976, the second generation, in the person of Jean-Claude Meyer, came to help with the growing demand.

Together, father and son worked on the highest quality fruit brandies possible, until they became the most awarded distillery in France at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris, with more than 206 medals to date, the vast majority of which are gold.

Visit of the the alsacien whisky and spirits museum


A journey that will awaken your five senses. Let yourself be guided by the charismatic elf Wurtzel who will share with you his secrets on the magical world of distillation.
Between bredele and Alsatian whiskies, he will make you discover the marvels of a region rich in authentic gastronomy in his shop where you will find artisanal Alsatian food and non-food products.

Public price
Adult : €4.00
Kid : Free
Price with the pass
Adult : Free
Kid : Free

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