Remarkable sites of savor

The “Remarkable Taste Site” (“Site Remarquable  du  Goût”) is a French tourism and gastronomy label awarded to towns, villages or traditional restaurants.
A “remarkable taste site” is one that matches the following criteria:
- high-quality food, representative of the region and enjoying a major reputation and a history
- an exceptional historical heritage from the architectural and environmental point of view
- excellent customer services, highlighting the links between produce, heritage and people, and encouraging exchanges

The Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation was awarded the “remarkable taste site” label in September 2006. The dynamism of the men and women working here, and the cultural and tourism potential associated with winemaking, were enough to convince the members of the national commission to award the label.

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Located to the west of the village, Château de la Gardine, with its 54 hectares of Châteauneuf-du-Pape vines, enjoys a panoramic view over the Alpilles mountains range and Avignon.

The Château de Nalys welcomes your visit for a unique wine-tasting experience on the estate in the heart of the vineyards in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. A magnificent panorama provides views of the village Castel Papal, Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail.

Château du Mourre du Tendre is a family estate in a unique region at the heart of Provence.

Founded in 1975, Château Fortia is today an estate with 31.50 hectares of vines, exclusively producing Châteauneuf-du-Pape with full respect for the greatest tradition of our ancestor, Baron Leroy de Boiseaumarié.

Château La Nerthe is one of the historic founding estates of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Its history, architecture and 16th century cellar are all unique in the appellation. The wines are brimming with elegance, nobility and balance.