4 Breathtaking Vineyards in France

Posted by Deborah Fisher on Monday, November 14th, 2016 at 11:27am.

The Best 4 Vineyards to visit in France! 

1. Chateau Pape Clement: Bordeaux 

Chateau Pape Clement

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This vineyard is located in the region of Bordeaux, in Pessac, France and is named after the original owner, Pope Clement V. Dating back to 1252, it is known for being one of the oldest wineries in Bordeaux. Wine tastings are available for the public starting Monday and through Sunday. 

2. Chene Bleu, Provence 

Chene Bleu

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This winery is located on a private estate just outside the town of Vaison-la-Romaine. There is a manor located on the property that dates back to the ninth century. Multiple experiences are available at Chene Bleu ranging from an overnight stay in one of the guest rooms or just a visit to the exquisite tasting room!  

3. Chateau Latour, Bordeaux

Chateau Latour

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Chateau Latour is located in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, France residing on a breathtaking property. Dating back to the fourteenth century, this vineyard has built an incredible reputation. The estate itself is only available to wine collectors and professionals, but travelers on bike tours are welcome to pass through! 

4. Domaine de Mourchon, Provence 

Domaine de Mourchon

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Domaine de Mourchon stands out from the rest as it was just established in 1998 by a Scottish family, the McKinlay's. This vineyard is located in Seguret right below Mont Vetoux in Provence and produces a variety of eight wines. Known for the impeccable views and fantastic wine this is a stop not to be missed. They are open Monday to Sunday for guided tours!

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