Domain Dona Tigana: Tour of the vineyards and tasting
Oenology/wine growing/producing - Toute l'année
Domaine La Dona Tigana, located in the commune of Cassis, extends over 12 hectares of vines grown organically and has been producing AOC Cassis white and rosé wines since 1997. This vineyard belongs to the ex football player Jean Tigana. His team will introduce you to his passion for wine and vines during a visit to the cellar and winery followed by a commented tasting of 3 wines.
Duration: about 1 hour (including tasting time).
Domain accessible by car with on-site parking.
Paid visit for adults: 12 EUR per person.
Free for children under 18 years old accompanied by a parent.
Open all year round.
Shop on site.
Information provided by OT Cassis
Domaine de la Dona
25 avenue Pierre Imbert
Adresse de départ
Under 1 hour
- 09 65 04 26 54
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