Château Pesquié’s shop is open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm. Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm. At Château Pesquié’s shop you are invited to taste our wines and our olive oil. You will also find a selection of original terroir products : honey, nougat, olive tapenade, jams, truffle-based products, vinagers, grower champagnes, ciders, and much more. You will also find wine accessories: glasses, carafes, corkscrew, books of receipes, etc…
Commended for its hospitality, Château Pesquié has won “three leaves” (maximum grade) from Inter Rhône, is a prizewinner of ”Welcoming Stars” from Vaucluse (Les Etoiles de l’accueil) and from the label Qualité Entreprise.
You can also enjoy a stroll in the vines (30 to 60 minutes). At the heart of the vineyard, this short walk around the Château offers magnificent views of the village of Mormoiron and Mount Ventoux. You will discover the grape varieties grown at the estate and the main characteristics of our terroir. A free written commentary of the path is available at the shop in French, English, Dutch and German.
Here are a few examples of guided tours we provide with an appointment. Individuals, goups, and bikers are welcome. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guided tour of the cellars: A guided tour of the cellar includes a presentation of the Ventoux’s terroir, a visit of the cellar accompanied by a running commentary from a member of the Château Pesquié staff, followed by a private tasting of the wines and olive oil in our Professional tasting room. The duration of the tour is approximately 1hr 30mn.
Wine Tasting practice : The Wine Tasting practice includes a visit of our cellars and is followed by an initation session to wine tasting. Duration between 2 h and 2 h 30.
Half-day visit with picnic in the gardens: You can take part in:
- A stroll in the vines with our written commentary
- A commented visit of the cellars with tasting of 5 wines and our olive oil in our professional tasting room
- A picnic in the gardens of the Château with terroir products (seasonal fruits and vegetables, goat cheeses, etc...) to pair of course with some wines from Château Pesquié.
Harvest course: This short day aims to explain in an interactive way, the path of the grape from the vine to the wine. You will discover the versatility of the vintner’s job as well as take part in the main steps of the wine-making process (notably grape picking).
Need more information or a specific request ? Please don’t hesitate to contact us for renting our gardens or to know more about our many events: exhibitions, picnics or truffle lunches on the gardens, farmers’ markets, etc...
Please find the schedule of our events in the News section.