A wine-growing village on the famous Wine Route, Bennwihr is located in the Haut-Rhin region in the Grand-Est region. The town is about ten kilometers from Colmar, in the heart of a vineyard landscape. It is part of the Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges.
Populated since the Neolithic era, the commune of Bennwihr has very ancient origins. It would hold its name of a Roman, Bebo, having installed his domain not far from the old Celtic way to Antiquity. German village at the end of the 19th century, until the beginning of the following century, it returned to French territory following the First World War. Unfortunately, there is not much left of this ancient village, almost entirely destroyed during the bombing of the Second World War.
Full of charm, the commune of Bennwihr presents however an enchanting, in the middle of landscapes typically Alsatian. Lovers of gastronomy will also be seduced by the wine produced in this pretty wine village.