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The Château de Berne vineyard produces Côtes de Provence reds, rosés and whites - amongst the best in the region. The mysteries of wine making are revealed on a visit to the wine cellar and in guided tasting sessions. Choose from a selection of packages to discover the secrets of wine-making.
The domain is sheltered by 500 hectares of forests. The cool nights in the Haut-Var provide optimum conditions for the grapes to ripen slowly. While the rosé crop takes longer to reach maturity, it produces well-structured wines with a clear finish, which are particularly well-suited to accompanying contemporary cuisine.
Each wine is the result of a subtle conversation between nature and man. Our vineyard is managed in accordance with responsible farming principles.
The continental climate produces hot, dry summers and cold winters. With 3,000 hours/year of sunlight, annual rainfall between 600 and 800 mm and around 50 windy days per year (winds over 50 km/h), it is a good climate for growing grapes.
The producers working at the domain are responsible for the wine-making process, from growing the grapes to bringing them to the cellar and bottling the wine. The facilities present a perfect example of modern techniques at the service of pure tradition. The domain has its own end-to-end wine-making facilities - from the stainless steel double-bottomed vats, to an arch-shaped wine-ageing cellar with stained glass windows, to a bottling plant and storage premises that match the scale of production at the domain.
The shop is open seven days a week, from 10 am to 6 pm in winter, and from 10 am to 7 pm in summer (closed on 25 December, 1 and 2 January)