Chateau La Coste en Provence, Le Puy-Sainte-Reparade

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#1 of 106 in Wineries in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur
Chateau La Coste en Provence is a modern art center opened in 2004 with the aim to be a place of wine, art, and architecture. The château's domain is covered with olive groves, wooded hilltops, and 101 hectares (249 acres) of vineyards. As you explore, you will come across a rose-hued Venetian villa that dates to 1682. The cafe offers lunch and wine among the vineyards on the edge of the water. Add Chateau La Coste en Provence to your Aix-en-Provence travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Aix-en-Provence trip planning site .
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  • This vinyard owner is obviously in love with modern architecture and modern sculpture. He has developed the grounds around his chateau and vinyard to include beautifully designed restaurants and a hot...  more »
  • A wonderful site, very well organized and neat. The visit of the Winery is very well led by a person who knows what she's talking about. The value of wine is really average. The kitchen of the restaurant tadao ando is approximate. Her meat (languages of CAT) was hard, potatoes and Leek not cooked. We noticed the kindness and availability of the staff whom we thank. For scoring, go from average to very good does not in the shade. Too bad!
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  • Even though the price may seem high for a family, the walk is at once pleasant among the vineyards and the slot wood... and cultural among the works at the bend of a path. The works presented does not leave indifferent, far from it. It is recommended to take sufficient water in the summer because the walk in its entirety takes rather 2: 00-3:00 1 h 30 announced at the box office. And most importantly... be well shod, not to mention kids. the walk is long sometimes dusty and slippery paths. If you follow these humble advice, you will have good memories of the visit.
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  • If you like art or wine you should totally visit this vineyard. They have an amazing art collection set up all around their property. I would recommend to set up a whole afternoon, on a good weather day to visit the whole art exhibit and then have a nice glass of wine at the end.
  • Great place to spend a day while visiting Provence. Highly recommande to start with the chais visit then lunch at one of the restaurant and end with the art walk in the beautiful vineyard. Perfect for a couple or a family.
  • Fabulous location and great wines. We had some charcuterie at the back outdoor location and the food was amazing. Highly recommend the tomatoes with mozzarella. Ended up buying 2 bottles of the rose made on site. Toured the sculpture gardens, interesting pieces but very spaced out for a hot day.
  • wonderful place to spend a nice day in the south of France. Quality Art, nice architecture
  • 12 July 2017 visited the Chateau. Art, gallery and landscaping are the best and definitely worth the trip. Drinks on La Terrasse? Nope. Big terrasse, two tables with people, rest of the tables empty. We select a table and wait. Two girls at the cash register overlooking the terras, one guy with dish cloth in hand half heartedly cleaning tables. One of the girls prepares the bill and receives payments from one of the tables, the company at the other table leaves as well. We are literally the only two costumers. The guy with the dish cloth keeps on cleaning, not saying a word. The two girls are chatting and walk in our direction. One of them nods friendly enough and picks up two empty glasses from the table next to us, the other picks up an empty bottle. They both walk away. Apparently one cannot move without the other. They disappear somewhere inside. The guy with the dishcloth still does not feel the need to welcome us. The girls come back, still chatting, lingering around a couple of empty tables near the back. No other patrons in sight. That's it. We leave. The guy with the dishcloth finally finds words: "Au revoir!" Well, I think not.

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Where to stay in Aix-en-Provence

To explore the old town's shops, markets, and bookstores on foot, stay at one of the city's centrally located hotels. Just a short drive from this busy central area are a selection of luxurious villas, surrounded by formal gardens and private swimming pools. Though rather expensive, these elegant mansions provide a convenient base from which to explore the cultured area surrounding the city. For a cheaper alternative, look for private inns and B&Bs on the edge of town.
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