The cultural and ecological environment is a muse for Olivier and Patricia Nasti, owners of Le Chambard, an impeccable Alsatian experience.
In 2017 the people of France named Kaysersberg as their favorite village. Oliver Nasti, chef and owner of Le Chambard, knows why Kaysersberg attracts visitors from all over France and the world: the authentic traditions and generous beauty of Alsace.
Kaysersberg is situated between Riquewihr and Colmar, along the exquisite Alsace Wine Route in the foothills of the Vosges, a veritable haven of vineyards and forested hills. The traditions of Alsace evoke a world where nature and cuisine come together as one, as the Le Chambard team sources its ingredients from the surrounding countryside.
Herbs, mushrooms, dairy products, and wild game are delivered to guests’ tables directly from their source. This is particularly true with local wine, which sommelier Jean-Baptiste Klein discovers by building relationships with neighbors, meeting them in the vineyards where they work.
Klein’s presentation is enlivened by a dedication to natural and biodynamic wines, which preserve and convey the Alsatian terroir. Klein was named “Best young Sommelier of France” in 2011, was judged 2016 Gault & Millau Young Sommelier, and get the title of "Meilleur Ouvrier de France" in 2018. These distinctions are dedicated to guests in a setting were cuisine and service are adapted to the wine produced just a stone’s throw from Le Chambard.
The wine list pays tribute to the history and flavors that define an authentic experience in Alsace. This philosophy breathes soothing energy into every minute spent at Le Chambard.