Villa Minna Vineyard
Saint Cannat - Wines
Villa Minna Vineyard is a family estate in Provence that produces a signature wine , unusual and unconventional outside the framework of the labels so completely confidential .
The area offers introductory course to oenology throughout the year and tastings in the wine cellar.
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
13760 Saint Cannat
- 04 42 57 23 19
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