Chateau Calissanne, Lancon-Provence

(4.5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Chateau Calissanne is located in Lancon-Provence. Plan your Chateau Calissanne visit and explore what else you can see and do in Salon-de-Provence using our Salon-de-Provence vacation trip planner.
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  • A very beautiful place, in the former sheepfold, to discover field AOC wines and its olive oil; products of the region are also available. We assure the explanation on the wines of the estate and a tasting is offered, which allows the connoisseur or the neophyte to guide his selection. A little tip: take the time to admire the surrounding landscape and the inside of the old barn, which will provide even more flavor to your tasting.
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  • I tasted and chose their olive oil Font of Leu to the scent of freshly mown grass, which is a delight and yet there are good oils in the area! I went back to take a bottle recently, consume nothing else just by putting a net on raw or cooked, vegetables green salad (no vinegar) fish. After you will find also some wines with gift boxes cool. Parking in front.
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  • A superb cellar, wines for all tastes. For me one of the best Hill d Aix for a price all made reasonable
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  • Very good wine and the cheapest are already very good
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  • What right the owners of the Château de Calissanne prohibit access a drive reported in the guide "Easy walks in Provence - Pays d'Aix" Gaël Hermitte and Fabienne Mathray, edition SEQUOIA (see walk no. 19 page 72, la Chèvre d'Or hole)? Access to the vines and olive trees is obviously prohibited and also reported by signs "Private property" and "Turf", but it seems that this is the case of the railways. If, however, they are entitled to prohibit such access, they should be clearly and ask the authors of the guide to remove this walk.
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  • It is on, I j'adooooore!
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