About Château de Berne
Located in the picturesque region of L'orgues in Provence, Château de Berne Winery stands as a symbol of the Provencal winemaking legacy. Established in 1750, the winery is steeped in history, which adds to its grand allure.
Bounded by olive groves and lavender fields, the estate sprawls over a massive area of 1,250 acres. More than 296 acres of this verdant landscape are dedicated exclusively to vineyards. The vineyards bask in the Mediterranean sun, fostering rich grape varieties that serve as the backbone of the unique wines. Some of the key grapes grown here are Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cinsault, and Rolle, each contributing to Château de Berne's broad array of reds, whites and rosés.
Château de Berne is not just seen as a winery, it’s considered a lifestyle destination. Its visitors are invited to explore the beauty of the Provencal countryside. Furthermore, the estate encompasses a gourmet restaurant, a luxury hotel and a tranquil spa, making it a veritable haven for wine enthusiasts from around the globe.
Being a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux association, the standard of hospitality at Château de Berne is immaculate. The estate aspires to provide an immersive experience, offering wine tours, tastings, workshops and other exciting programmes for its guests.
Whilst preserving traditional winemaking techniques, the vineyard house is fervently embracing modern technology to enhance the quality and consistency of its wines. In the cellar, the vintners craft the wines with finesse, encapsulating the character of the Provence region into each bottle their produce; perfect for the discerning palate, appreciating the nuances of fine wine.
Presiding over its serene surroundings, Château de Berne is a true gem in the French winemaking industry. Apart from its indulgent wines, it’s the warmth and artisanal craft that put the winery high up on every wine lover’s must-visit list. A place of elegance, where flavours meet heritage. This is Château de Berne.
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