Chateau Vignelaure, Rians

4.6
#11 of 55 in Historic Sites in Var
Must see · Castle · Tourist Spot
Chateau Vignelaure was created in the 1960s by Georges Brunet who had previously rebuilt the reputation of the Third Growth Chateau La Lagune in Haut-Médoc.

Chateau Vignelaure, "the vineyard of the sacred spring" is the jewel in the crown of the appellation Côteaux d'Aix-en-Provence. The estate sets at 400m above sea level in the hills of the Provence countryside, above the town of Aix-en-Provence.

Famous for its long ageing red wines blended with Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Vignelaure produces excellent rosé wines as well and since 2013 whites!

We are pleased to received you in our winery!
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  • Just to make sure, this is not a Hotel or a Restaurant where you can stay & eat; you can however taste their wines and visit the Chateau & Cellars; Philippe the Chief Winemaker gave me a excellent...  more »
  • Popped into the vineyard and left slightly poorer but rich in cracking wine. friendly helpful staff.  more »
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  • Amazing wine selection, beautiful art and good prices
  • Very nice selection of wines. The location is magnificent. Well worth a visit to this lesser known wine region.
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