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Noilly Prat, Marseillan
(4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Noilly Prat makes a well-known French vermouth. Stop at the cellars and winemaking complex to find out how the varieties of vermouth are created and to learn about the rich history of the recipe and the family that created it. Plan your Noilly Prat visit and explore what else you can see and do in Marseillan using our Marseillan itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I learned with surprise that scallops Rlap was developed in Marseillan, where our tour of this Winery, which is very interesting. The welcome is warm and all is followed by a tasting. What more...
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  • We visited the house wine Rlap (great brand of Vermouth), and were lucky enough to be the only visitors of the moment. Our Mariana guide told us with interest the story of the founding family, she introduced us to the different stages of the manufacture of vermouth which comes in four varieties, we ended the visit with a tasting.
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  • Having visited the area and it's attractions a lot I was happy to find a new place to visit but didn't have high expectations. This place can't be accused of over promoting itself, in fact it could ea...  more »
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  • We went there twice when we were living in Languedoc. Marseillan is a delightful little town and the Noilly Prat cellars are a first rate attraction. If, as the German visitors above mentioned, the opening times are a little special, this is France, that's how it operates. But the tour itself was extremely interesting, the guide was enchanting and the product superior. It is unfortunate that only the dry vermouth is generally available (you can buy the delicious ambré only in Marseilles itself), but that is their marketing quirk. We have been hoarding a bottle of the ambré for a couple of years as we do not know when we may get down there again.
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  • Very interesting visit in a beautiful setting on the manufacture of vermouth scallops Rlap
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  • Great visit! It is clear, complete; without being too long.
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