Tasting cellar, Producer Bio
on Bormes-les-Mimosas

Domaine Sainte Marie

The history of Sainte Marie goes back to the 18th century. The lands of Sainte Marie belonged then to the Monastery of Verne located a little bit higher in the massif des Maures. In those days less than ten hactares were cultivated with grapevines. Sin…
The history of Sainte Marie goes back to the 18th century. The lands of Sainte Marie belonged then to the Monastery of Verne located a little bit higher in the massif des Maures. In those days less than ten hactares were cultivated with grapevines. Since then, several generations of winegrowers have succeeded one another emphasizing a land of exception and producing wines of high quality.
We speak : German, English, French

Location details

  • Forest location

Producer

Products

  • Oil
  • Wines

Operator status

  • Tasting cellar
  • Producer Bio

Opening

Horaires d'ouverture du 01 January au 31 December 2024
LundiOuvert de 09h à 18h
MardiOuvert de 09h à 18h
MercrediOuvert de 09h à 18h
JeudiOuvert de 09h à 18h
VendrediOuvert de 09h à 18h
SamediOuvert de 09h à 18h

Exceptional closure(s)

  • 25/12/2024

Rates

Free for children under 18 year(s)

Payment methods

  • Bank/credit card
  • Check
  • Cash
  • Online payment

Quality

AOC : Oui
Organic Farming (AB), Wine cellars – independent winegrowers
  • Independent winegrowers
  • HVE (High Environmental Value) certification
  • Organic Farming (AB)
  • AOP – AOC Côtes de Provence

Services

Equipment

  • Car park
  • Private parking
  • Coach parking
  • Picnic area

Services

  • Pets welcome
  • Sales on site
  • Room hire
  • Guided tours
  • Online shop

On-site activities

  • Temporary exhibition
  • Activity
  • Product tasting

Dog friendly

Les animaux sont acceptés

Accessibility

Adapted service : Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs

Adress

Domaine de Sainte-Marie
RN 98 Route de Saint-Tropez
83230 Bormes-les-Mimosas
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