It's considered the most beautiful town on the Alsatian Wine Route and, since Alsace is one of France's more important wine regions, visitors can tour many of the towns and wine cellars along the way. Aside from trying a nice wine, the best thing to do is explore the small streets and alleyways which remain as they were in the 16th and 17th century. That being said, it's necessary to leave the car parked outside of town :o)
The "Route des Vins" is an area marked by its precious landscape. Vineyards, fields of corn, wheat, villages hidden among hills, little roads that zigzage between trees and through tunnels. For me, I come from a place where the brown and yellow predominate, so seeing so much green is something exquisite to my senses. The truth is that I wanted to drive through the vineyards, on dirt roads, but the owners have them closed because of people like me ve would spend the day inside their properties. On the other hand, it's understandable on the other side.
Anyway the ones that I saw on the way to Pupillin were enough, there's no need to be greedy, wanting to see everything and while losing a little respect for the residents, owners and caretakers of these beautiful places, one is never happy when you see something as nice .., you always want to see something else. For this day was enough ... :)