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We popped into Cave Monplaisir on our way through. Its a grest place to pick up a few bottles of wine. You are able to walk around the caves and see where they store the wine. One of the staff spoke great english and talked...More
We had a lovely stop at this ’cave’ in a cave! We had fun tasting some local wines and bought some bottles to bring home with us. The kids were interested to see the wine stored in the tunnels and tried to smell the difference...More
Always stop off at this Cave, as I particularly like the Jean Maurice Raffault. They have a range of excellent Chinon reds, amongst other wines. Lovely service. Often pop in for a tasting and buy a mixed case.
These extensive wine caves are something I think everyone who visits this area of France needs to see! The caves paired with the excellent knowledge of Leo (a member of staff) who talked us through all the different areas of vineyards that they cover, and...More
We, like other reviewers, visited the caves on a hazy hot day and enjoyed the coolness of the caves. It was very interesting to explore and even discovered some bottles dating back to 1899. The young gentleman who provided our complimentary wine tasting was very...More
Well worth a visit to the caves, it's an extensive network and you'd be surprised how far back it goes.
The free wine tasting was excellent and we bought a few to take home, hick! The last spoke excellent English and was friendly, explained the...More
We walked here today from the town with our baby in a pushchair. The path was a bit narrow at times, but it was a fairly short and easy walk. We arrived late in the day but were warmly welcomed by a lovely lady who...More