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Chateau-la-Nerthe

Chateau-la-Nerthe

Chateau-la-Nerthe is a must, not only for the discerning oenophile, but also as a sight worth seeing. If the Chateau is XVIIIe century neoclassic, part of it’s cellars date back to medieval times.        

Carawine

Carawine

Or friends and neighbours from up the road, a family of hard working and party animal vintners, make excellent the excellent Cote du Rhone wine: Mas Pouperas. The “Carawine” is their latest and greatest idea: a caravan is set in one of their vineyards, and works as a food truck, every evening from mid July,…

Echanssonerie des Papes

Echanssonerie des Papes

Like Burgundi, Bordeaux, and many other appelations, Chateau-Neuf-du-Pape has it’s own intronisation ceremony. It usually takes place at the village’s chateau. During the chateau’s refurbishment, the ceremony was once hold at Chateau-la-Nerthe, in the ancient cellar, to everyone’s delight..  

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