Chateau d'Estoublon, Fontvieille

4.0
#4 of 27 in Wineries in Bouches-du-Rhone
Chateau d'Estoublon is significantly famous as the producer of supreme quality olive oil and wine. Originally started during the 18th century, this vineyard is still considered the best in the valley of Baux de Provence. While you are on your vacation in Chateau d'Estoublon, you can freely explore the gardens, the vineyards, olive orchards and the Romanesque Chapel. Spread over almost 48 hectares, this place is worth to visit while you get to watch the harvesting of the olives. You can also taste the wine while you explore the vineyards. Make Chateau d'Estoublon a part of your Arles vacation plans using our Arles driving holiday planner.
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  • Olive oil that has great taste. The shop is beautiful and so is the chapel. I really enjoyed walking around the property. I can't wait to go back and visit this beautiful property again!  more »
  • Very pretentious and not all that nice. Wine was pricey and we didn’t like it much. Beautiful grounds, old church and estate. Good photo op. There is a restaurant.  more »
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  • Amazing place so beautiful. I liked it here... The taxidermy of animals scattered all over especially the lion ruined it for me a little poor taste. But over all a wonderful place
  • The best olive oil

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