The Chanoine Rambert estate is just 2 km from La Roque-sur-Cèze, one of France’s most beautiful villages.
It’s the ideal venue for the adventurous explorer, of that we’re 100% convinced. It’s unassuming in the extreme, its sophistication lying in its simplicity and a job well done. It’s a family business, too, with three generations producing Grenaches, Syrahs, Roussannes and Viogniers in a typically Provençal setting. The welcome offered by Bernard and Guislaine is universally hailed, as is the stroll from their estate to the waterfalls at Sautadet, where you can enjoy a never-to-be-forgotten dip. Bernard’s Côtes du Rhône whites, reds and rosés are highly representative of the region… meaning that it’s impossible to leave empty-handed after a tasting, especially as none of the wines costs more than € 10. And, if you ever want to extend your stay on the estate, Guislaine provides guest rooms in an eighteenth century farmhouse with breakfast from the farm (homemade bread and yoghurt, farm eggs and fruit from the garden). It's an adventure on a gently sloping estate.
O Pas Sage: In Bagnols-sur-Cèze, 25 km west of Orange, this wine bar and bistro-style restaurant serves simple, expertly cooked dishes, Mediterranean tapas (grilled eggplant, cod fritters), a dish of local, fresh produce (including duck gizzards and dried duck breast). You can also enjoy an extensive wine list, a sunny terrace and very good value for money!