Visite des chais et dégustation

Oenology/wine growing/producing - Tous les jours à 11h et 15h (anglais à 13h)

Le Chateau La Coste vous propose de visiter les deux édifices, contruits en 2008, composant le Chai de vinification, conçu par l'architecte français Jean Nouvel. Ils accueillent les récoltes, la maturation du raisin et l'embouteillage. Ils évoquent, par leur position dans le vignoble et par leur architecture semi-sphérique, la serre et les hangars agricoles que l'on peut apercevoir dans les exploitations du sud de la France.
L'une est ouverte sur un côté qui abrite la machinerie pour le tri manuel et le pressage, l'autre, plus grande, fermée par une vitre voilée brise-soleil pour la mise en bouteille et le stockage de ses équipements. Puis à 17 mètres sous terre, se trouve une vaste cuverie avec passerelles d'acier qui distribuent l'accès aux cuves. Vous apprendrez le rôle central de la gravité, les innovations techniques qui permettent d'établir une production viticole loyale envers les spécificités du terroir La Coste.

Venez en famille visiter cet ouvrage exceptionnel ainsi que l'ensemble du projet architectural de Château La Coste.

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Château La Coste

2750 route De la Cride 13610 Le Puy Sainte Réparade

Information provided by Provence Tourisme

  • Organiser

    Château La Coste

    2750 route De la Cride
    13610 Le Puy Sainte Réparade

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Level

    All Levels

  • Guide

    Activity leader

  • Tour language

    English, French

  • Phone

    • 04 42 61 92 93
  • Fax

    04 42 61 89 41

  • Website

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