|Activities||Charged tasting / Museum/cultural activities / Equestrian path / Sale of local products / Visit the field/the cellar by appointment|
|Services||Vignobles & Découvertes label|
He loves nothing more than his land and a job well done. Can we still talk about a job regarding Guy Arnaud? Maybe the word ‘passion’ would be more appropriate. Listening to him talk about his land, tasting his wines, dreaming with him of that day when he will plough his vineyard behind his mares, one can not doubt: that man puts his heart in his trade!
This is probably one of the greatest tasting cellars of the Bandol area. Launched three years ago, backed by the winery that is worth visiting, the cellar of Pey Neuf offers its house wines - Bandol and Vins de Pays du Mont-Caume - to taste on site, as well as fruits and vegetables from the garden (we love the melons, tomatoes and watermelons!), local produce and artisan cheeses, or, soaps from Provence.
Near the wine shop, there are draft horses and donkeys in an enclosure. If the latter are just for the pleasure of the Arnaud family and its guests, the two mares, called Niçoise and Epona, may one day participate in agricultural work. Guy Arnaud dream indeed of combining his two passions: vines and horses. “I bought the old tillage equipment to work one day one of my plots like our elders: behind a horse-winemaker.”