|Type(s) of agriculture||High Environmental Value (HVE3)|
|Activities||Tasting / Walking path/visit of the garden / Sale of local products / Visit the field/the cellar|
|Services||Accessible to disabled persons|
In Val d'Astier, the Seignez live their passion for wine and land and sign authentic and elegant wines. Val d'Astier is together natural and authentic, like its passionate owners, Bruno and Ellen Seignez, joined today by their two children, who cultivating discretion in their little Cogolin haven and sign wines full of warmth and elegance.
At Val d'Astier, the cellar was dug to 4.50 metres underground and gained 30 yards on the hill. This situation allows it to maintain natural coolness and keep wines sheltered from thermal variations.
From October to June, the domain is home to 120 hives. Sold at the wine shop, honey produced in Val d'Astier is a mountain honey made from heather. In summer, the producer takes his beehives up on the Valensole plateau for lavender honey, before taking them down in the fall.
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