The two winemakers, Joseph and Anthony Lafarge (father and son), have set up in the Clos du Grand Bois, their domain in the south of Burgundy, five guest rooms (for 2 to 5 pers.) as well as five wine barrels, atypical accommodation designed for 4 people.
The Château de Bonhoste, family property for 5 generations, offers you to stay in real big barrels called foudres. Independent winemakers, you can taste their wines, visit their estate and their cellars.
In the heart of the Luberon, François Busi, the winemaker of Domaine Alloïs, located between the village of Gordes and the towns of Manosque and Forcalquier, has built a small family cottage in a wine hamlet. Stone walls, exposed beams, two bedrooms, walk-in shower, a large terrace... and a view of the organic vineyards of the estate as well as the hills of Mourre Nègre!
An estate handed down from generation to generation since 1775 in the heart of Alsace, Jean Christophe and his wife are dedicated to ensuring the continuation of family traditions in this organic and biodynamic vineyard of 15 hectares. Sleeping in their fully equipped loft with stunning views of the vineyard and above the cellars is sure to take Alsace a place to come back.
In Chiroubles, one of the Beaujolais vintages, Maria and Jean-Louis Chapuy welcome you to Domaine Chapuy, whose vineyards consider an exceptional viewpoint on the region as well as on the neighboring vintages of Morgon, Fleurie, Moulin-à-Vent or Saint-Amour. The property has two guest rooms located in Le Balcon du Fêtre, a fully renovated 19th century house.
In Burgundy, Camille and Léa Cluny welcome you between Beaune and Dijon at Domaine Cluny in a cottage in an old family home in the heart of the village of Brochon, in Côte de Nuits close to the vineyards of Gevrey-Chambertin. The cottage, which can accommodate up to 8 people, has four bedrooms, a bathroom with walk-in shower, a garden and a terrace.