Chateau La Cave, Caxias Do Sul

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
Hidden within lush green surroundings, you will find Chateau La Cave, a castle functioning as a winery. It was built in 1978 by a Spaniard who wanted to construct a 6th Century Castle in the city limits of Caxias do Sul. The Castle is constructed of basalt stone, native to the region, without using any type of cement in the construction. The original owner died in 1987, and the Castle has changed owners through the years.

Enjoy a guided tour explaining the stages of wine production while perusing the various armors, crests, and thrones in display. The tour will end with a tasting of the wines. Then you can delight in a delicious lunch at the Italian restaurant with great views. Using our international travel planner, Caxias Do Sul attractions like Chateau La Cave can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Where to stay in Caxias Do Sul

Whether you’re looking for budget-friendly inns, or more upscale hotels, you’ll likely find it in Caxias Do Sul. Stay in the center of the city to be within walking distance of most attractions and to get a good feel for the Italian history that emanates from this place. With a large range of accommodation options to choose from, you won’t need to worry too much about booking a room far in advance.
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  • Chateau La Cave is a winery and a restaurant. It is a tourist landmark and also a place for big important events. The architecture is unique like a medieval stone castle all built in basalt inside its...  more »
  • The food is quality and the quality also What's is really best here is the place. It looks like an old castle so the overall atmosphere is very good  more »
  • After running in Caxias downtown, my ti p is to have lunch at Chateau La Cave. The entree is Capeletti soup; after a sequence of cattle and porky meat. My unique disapoitment is the bread. The best ma...  more »