Just ten minutes from one of France’s most famous sites, the Roman aqueduct Pont du Gard, sits the tiny village of Estézargues. There’s not much there – no charming cafés or famous monuments. But on the edge of town you can find some astonishingly good wine— wine that you might consider the best value wine in France!
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What a find! I would stock up too if I was there for some time. Thanks for the tip.
There are wonderful wines in the Vaucluse as well, as you know. But if you are in the neighborhood, you should definitely drop by!
A frequent buyer card for a cave coopérative – how perfect! It is so good to be able to enjoy good wine at sensible prices and the cave coopérative at Estézargues sounds like they have cleverly managed this. This travel tip is now added to my French travel file.
I hope you have a chance to visit and enjoy their wines. Though I’m sure there are some tasty choices where you live as well!