Chateau La Cave, Caxias Do Sul

(4.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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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  • I passed by there due to be near the site and R$12,00 you do the visitation of the castle for 30 minutes with the hostess that shows the interior and history of construction and process of making wine in the place. Thought it was cool and offers tasting of wine or grape juice. You can take pictures and have a green preserved area and external Good for sightseeing. Has part of the restaurant for lunch.
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  • The outside of the castle is beautiful, with very well-kept gardens and the facade is impressive. The castle was rebuilt by an original plan of a Spanish Castle. But the tour was disappointing for those interested in the history of the winery. Has been disabled, and today serves zpenas for party rentals.
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  • Visit the Chateau La Cave, we had lunch in the restaurant and made the visit, which we thought was a visit to a winery. As it is not more. The winery site was disabled and does not produces a litre of wine or more on site. The tour was pretty basic from the point of view Winery, basically the history of the Castle. The guide was nice but had very little knowledge of winemaking, not knowing even open a bottle of wine. The wines presented, you just use the label of the House, are of low quality. Visit pays that not worth it anymore. My two points go to the restaurant, nice, with very attentive staff and lovely food with honest price in a very elegant atmosphere.
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