Château l'Arnaude

More than 80 partners pulled their efforts together to obtain Vignobles et Découvertes qualification. This acknowledges the region as a worthy tourist destination combining wine tourism and Provence culture, where authenticity, respect for the environment and high quality services are considered crucial. All partners are committed to a high quality approach as well as enhancing the Provence Art of Living.

More than 80 "Vignobles et Découvertes" partners

More than 80 partners pulled their efforts together to obtain "Vignobles et Découvertes" qualification. 
This acknowledges the region of Draguignan as a worthy tourist destination combining wine tourism and Provence culture, where authenticity, respect for the environment and high quality services are considered crucial.
All partners are committed to a high quality approach as well as enhancing the Provence Art of Living.
Vignobles et Découvertes in Dracénie Var  Provence proposes 21 vineyards, 12 holiday accomodations,
10 heritage sites and producers, 18 restaurants, 10 sport and leisure providers, 7 events focussed on wine and local products
during the year and 1 tourist board such as one responsive agency. 

Château l'Arnaude

The Chateau l'Arnaude vineyard gathers the best grapes of the region: Rolles, Syrah, Grenache, Carignan... The outstanding quality of its soil and know how of its team contribute to make Chateau l'Arnaude one of the best wine estate of the region. Several awards such as the gold medal for red wine at the Vignerons Independants contest in 2014 acknowledges the outstanding quality of the Domaine wines. Wine tasting (red, white or rosé) at the Domaine cellars.

Bank/credit card, Cheque, Cash, Credit transfer

Entrée libre.

Every day throughout the year. Closed on Sunday.

Shop, Accommodation

Equipments

  • Car park
  • Coach parking

Services

  • Shop
  • Accommodation

Contact & Booking

Château l'Arnaude
692 route de Vidauban

83510 Lorgues

04 94 73 70 67


info@chateaularnaude.com
http://www.chateaularnaude.com

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