Domaine du Bagnol : Visit the vineyard with wine tasting

Oenology/wine growing/producing - Toute l'année

Sheltered by the Cap Canaille, one of the highest European maritime cliff, the Bagnol's Vineyard welcomes you for a commented tour of the property.

After having contemplated its awesome panorama, you will follow the route taken by grapes, from the vines to the vine tasting vault. Wine making processes will not have any secrets for you anymore, then you could keep improving your knowledge by tasting 2 to 3 Bagnol's vineyard's wines.
This tour will seduce both the beginners and the insiders by the beauty of this place marked by History, but also the detailed explanations of the guide.

Duration : about 1 hr (tasting time included)
AOC Cassis wine, certified From Biological Farming.

The vineyard is accessible by foot - 10 minutes walking from the harbour.
Parking is available on the spot.

Adults price for the tour : EUR12.00
Free for the under 18, accompanied by their parents .

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Information provided by OT Cassis

  • Organiser

    Domaine du Bagnol
    12 avenue De Provence
    13260 Cassis

  • Adresse de départ

    Domaine du Bagnol 12 avenue De Provence 13260 Cassis

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Guide


  • Tour language

    English, French

  • Phone

    • 04 42 01 78 05
  • Fax

    04 42 01 11 22

  • Website

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