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Priced at 1,455 euro (Bt52,000) per person, the package offers a night in a Junior Suite with panoramic views and a visit the winery of the ancient Cistercian Abbey on Saint-Honorat. There, you can observe how the monks have been refining the wines since the middle ages and enjoy fresh lobster for lunch by the sea. In the evening the hotel will treat you with a gastronomic feast at its Michelin starred restaurant Le SaintMartin, overlooking a magnificent sweep of the Cote d’Azur.
Next day a scenic drive will take you to Chteau de Bellet high in the hills with magnificent panoramic views over Provence. A tour of the vineyards and winery is followed by a tasting in their secret crypt. For dinner, you will be delighted with a private wine tasting in the ancient cellars, which are packed with 12,000 bottles, focusing on Provencal wines.
The last day ends with an exclusive wine tasting at the resort and breakfast on a panoramic terrace to soak up the Riviera sunshine. Late morning, the resort will take you to the salon l’enotheque in a former turret of the Chateau for a select sample of the extensive list. Lunch is served at the L’Oliveraie or on a panoramic terrace at Le SaintMartin restaurant before departure.
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