This estate, in Chateauneuf du Pape, has been in the same family for 7 generations and boasts an extensive collection of vintage wines, including more than 2,000 bottles, some of which are one hundred years old.
The name of the estate, Beaurenard, derives from the old French name for the estate’s oldest wine, Boisrenard, which dates back to 1695. The Coulon family has been managing this estate for 7 generations, respecting traditional wine-making techniques. Visitors are invited to visit the wine cellars where the wine is produced, aged and bottled
Organically produced, AB certified wines.
Sales of glasses, corkscrews and other items.
Group visits by appointment (maximum of 35 people)
Visitors to the Beaurenard estate can also visit the Musée Vigneron (wine-making museum), in the region of Rasteau (Route de Roaix).
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