The Romans mined limestone from the Caves de Sarragan and built the majority of the establishments in surrounding villages: including the Château des Baux-de-Provence; all with this white rock. Today, Caves de Sarragan is used as a brewing space to store wine that is produced in the vineyards close-by. The availibility of constant temperature in these caves serve as a propellent in production of the most exotic wines in Baux de Provence. These cellars store a variety of wines including the Grenache, Cabernet, Sauvignon, Merlot, Carignan, Cinsault and Syrah. So for the priciest wine in Baux de Provence, make sure you plan a visit to these ancient cellars soon. Provisions for groupvisits available on request.
Attractions & Landmarks, Breweries & Wineries/Vineyards