Domaine du Paternel: visit and wine tasting at the vineyard
Oenology/wine growing/producing - Dates and program to be confirmed
The area of the paternal welcomes you in its Cassis vineyard cultivated in organic agriculture, for a guided tour.
Come and discover the history of the area, local cassidain, the room of the presses, space of winemaking with the stainless steel tanks and concrete, the string of traffic jam... To conclude the visit, a tasting of a selection of wines will be offered in AOC Cassis but also in naming sides-de-Provence and Bandol from of our vineyards of Saint Cyr-sur-Mer.
Duration: 45 minutes (the time of tasting included).
Area accessible by car with parking on-site.
EUR 12 per person.
Free for children under 18 accompanied by a parent.
To see the days and times of visits, click on the BOOK button.
Information provided by OT Cassis
Domaine du Paternel
11 route Pierre Imbert
Adresse de départ
Domaine du Paternel 11 route Pierre Imbert 13260 Cassis
- 04 42 01 77 03
04 42 01 09 54
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