Deluxe France created a wine tour at Château Lacoste and Château de Beaupré, the best vineyards of Aix, so you can have one of the best wine tasting experience in the region of Provence.


Start your day at the morning local street market of Aix En Provence. Stroll along the huts that offer a variety of products, from fruits and vegetables, cheese and charcuterie to flowers and very traditional Provence objects.


Then head out to the countryside to the best vineyard of Aix: Château La Coste. You will enjoy a wine tasting experience with the best wines of their domain. You can later have lunch at their charming restaurant with a colorful terrace: La Terrasse.


In this unusual place, wine, art & architecture live in harmony. In fact, you can find artworks from French artist Louise Bourgeois, Richard Serra, Calder, Tracey Emin, amongst others. Their artworks integrate the landscape in a subtle way. You are invited to walk through the wooded hilltops and valleys, alongside olive groves and vine fields, discovering the many installations of contemporary art on your way.


After your wine tour at Château Lacoste head to your next wine tasting at Château de Beaupré. This 18th century construction is the very epitome of a typical Provencal bastide. The domain counts today with 106 acres of vines whose grapes are nurtured and vinified using organic techniques.

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