The campsite is located in the famous village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, known for its wines and castle.
Ideally located in Provence, during your stay you can discover the towns and villages that surround Châteauneuf-du-Pape and activities for all ages: festivals, markets, gastronomic discoveries, wine trail, hiking …
Cyclists will enjoy visiting our beautiful region by bike. Our area also offer many opportunities for walking, running, fishing, tasting and take good time under the sun !
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Created in 1972 by Jeanne Brotte, the Wine Museum is something unique in its kind in Lassay-les-Châteaux. Originally a museum on a small scale with traditional winemaking tools, it was expanded in 2002 and developed in 2014 with the theme of the Winemaking Professions.
Now equipped with free audio-guides, the visit to the wine cellar has become an essential and educational visit for all wine lovers passing through the region and wishing to explore the typical features of a wine region such as the Rhone Valley.
Illustrated by wonderful decorative lighting, the museum has two areas that are wholly dedicated to the winemaking professions and the methods winemakers need to master. They must first of all be farmers, at work in the vines, but also wine experts in the wine cellar.
Vine-growing and winemaking methods, tips on serving wine - everything is explained during your visit to the Brotte Wine Museum.
With rare tools, some dating back to the 14th century, here you can find a special focus on the Rhone Valley, its appellations and their typical features.
The museum is open to all visitors, whether individual visitors, groups or tourist professionals. From a free, simple non-guided visit to prestige wine-tastings via a complete group visit to Châteauneuf-du-Pape, we have a range of packages on offer, blending wine and culture.
Domaine de Beaurenard has been a family wine estate for over 8 generations, with 32 hectares of vineyards in Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 25 hectares of vines in Rasteau and 6 hectares of Côtes du Rhône. The entire estate is organically farmed and is biodynamic. A magnificent alliance of tradition and modernity.
The name of the estate, Domaine Beaurenard, comes from old French, and the oldest wine made on the estate, Boisrenard, has been made since 1695.
The work is done by hand all year long.
Pruning, debudding, working the soil and the grass cover, grape harvest and grape sorting, are all done entirely by hand.
To enhance this manual work and the strength of the vines, we use plant infusions featuring nettles, yarrow, field horsetail, chamomile ...
AOC Châteauneuf-du-Pape, AOC Rasteau and Côtes du Rhône wines.
The owners are happy to welcome your visit and show you the winery, the ageing cellar and the bottling.
Regional, finely crafted products.
Sale and free tastings of wines, Vieux Marc de Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Provençal liqueurs and alcohols, traditional nougat.
Fine foods: sweets, chocolate, honey, jam, Provençal specialities, truffles, terrines, tapenade, condiments, spices, olive oil, Nyons AOP olives, syrups, beers, fruit juices, goats’ cheese, traditional sausage, cold drinks, foie gras, farmhouse cassoulet, organic craft ice creams, biscuits and cakes, organic tea.