Relax at Arnaud and Isabelle’s French wine estate in southern France. Passionate wine-makers, travellers to their property can discover the delicious tastes of their production and the rural beauty of their estate. Each season has something unique to offer: the blooming spring vineyard, the summertime chirping cicadas, the autumn grape harvesting, and the winter truffle feasts. They have been following this cycle since 1988!
Above the cellar, a 90sqm gite can host up to 6 people. There is a large living-room cum kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a large bathroom simply and tastefully decorated. A week in this charming gite in France will give you plenty of opportunity to lounge by the swimming-pool and taste homemade jams from the breakfast basket, not to forget of famous regional beverages, Chardonnay and Côte du Rhône, made by Arnaud.
The owners, independent connaisseurs, generously open their doors of their estate to guests. They will gladly introduce you to the fundamentals of sustainable vine-growing called biodynamics: how to work with the soil, to understand natural balances and processes in growing the grapes, and most importantly, doing so while being respectful to the environment. While sharing a good bottle, Arnaud and Isabelle will tell you about the lunar calendar, the herb teas, decoctions, and all the important little things needed to lovingly care for their vines – a longstanding effort and know-how which was recognized by the selective Demeter certification.
You’ll also get tips on the best eats from locals: Provencal cuisine restaurants, local producers, markets…
Finally, the house and cellar are both supplied with natural spring water! The beautiful plane trees, vineyards and olive trees surrounding the property, as well as the neighbouring forest, are all telling signs of a harmonious, fertile ecosystem.
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