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

(4.3/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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. Before you head to Aix-en-Provence, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Aix-en-Provence itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Aix-en-Provence has to offer, including Chateau La Coste en Provence.
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  • Great initiative. White cards to many of the greatest contemporary architects, interventions of artists on a railyard in the vineyards and the Woods course. Very pleasant walk.
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  • Lovely staff, table a value rare in the region, beautiful setting. Not to be missed for a successful lunch, organic wine is excellent
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  • This is a fascinating place to visit. Art and wine meet in one place and the architecture is grandiose without being overbearing. You can spend all day here if you decide to walk the gardens. Wine tas...  more »
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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.
  • Excellent collect of land art. Give yourself plenty of time to complete the sculpture walk. Eat at the simpler cafe Ando resto is a bit complicated.
  • A wine estate that is rare in France: La Coste has managed to become a destination by mixing Art, food and of course wine. It's a beautiful estate to start with but the new owners have managed to create a rich and diverse open air art museum that is very nice. The restaurant is pricey but very cool and OK good. The wine visit is fun if you're into it... Ironically the wines are not that good !
  • Enjoyed the terrace restaurant for lunch amidst grand, open grounds and the occasional smell of smoke from warm camp fires. Friendly English speaking staff open to tastings. Red wine was good too! (didn't try the white).
  • Amazing! Every detail is beautiful. Incredible art and delicious food in a dreamy setting. Definitely with the trip!