5€ would be great value just for the wine tour. This was a very instructive 1 and a bit hour tour of the winery..taking you from the initial harvesting, through the different processes used for the local white, rose and red wines as well as the sparkling Cremants (which are essentially Champagnes). The tour also takes in the storage and bottling processes which involves a tour of the limestone caves in the cliff above the winery.
After that we were given a pretty comprehensive tasting of 6 wines. These included the standard Chenin Blanc and the Old vine version, with the same for the Cabernet Franc reds. We also tasted both the red and white Cremants.
We didn't feel rushed and there was no pressure to buy (although we did).
We visited just before harvest in late August. There were about 8 of us on the tour which was in English.
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