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Reviewed July 12, 2017

We did wine tasting at the lovely villa with a nice tasting room. The staff was lovely and welcoming and we were able to see wine being bottled. Wine was delicious and affordable.

Date of experience: May 2017
3  Thank Steve S
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Reviewed June 15, 2017

We spent a very good time there , the gardens were very pretty .
It was very convivial , we talked with other groups of people as we tasted the wine and talked about it .The staff was very nice and helpful , they happily answered our questions and explained how it worked .

Date of experience: June 2017
1  Thank Jenna S
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Reviewed June 9, 2017

We have tried the rose wine of Chateau La Canorgue in a restaurant in L'Isle sur la sorgue. By chance we have found the vynyard nearby Bonnieux. The prices are ver reasonable. In particukler rose wine is very good.

Date of experience: June 2017
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Reviewed April 18, 2017

We visited this vineyard in the fall (October) a couple of years ago, and again this month (early April). It is definitely more beautiful in the fall when everything is lush and well groomed. They have not spent any time on the grounds yet this spring and it's pretty unkempt. We still enjoyed our visit and bought a bottle of wine. We bought a Coin Perdue last time and kept the bottle, so no need to buy that again. You pay for the label. The wine itself is overpriced. I do enjoy their other reds, though.

Date of experience: April 2017
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N et JP M, Propriétaire at Chateau la Canorgue, responded to this reviewResponded April 19, 2017

Bonjour,
Thank you for sharing your experience. We are anyway very surprised to read a coment about our garden , as generally our customers come to the winery for our wines rather than for our garden, but anyway, we are very sorry that you did not enjoy the winery at this time of the year.
Let us just remind you that our winery is a real family winery and not a movie set, and that we are winemakers and that our principal activity is to care about our wines and to do our best to produce good wines. To do so we need to work hard in the vines, in the cellar and in the office and unfortunately having grass in the garden might not be our priority.
Moreover we are an organic winery (all our wines are organic) and do not use any weed killer at all, so we can have a little bit more grass and plants during spring time, when it is more rainy, than during fall time after a dry and warm summer, this is nature.
Speaking about wine, buying a bottle of Coin Perdu seems to be for you just something « done ». Just buy it once, and you can put a cross on the « things do to » list.
Fortunately we do have customers coming every year to enjoy the new vintage of this wine (and of our other wines too ) and who do understand why this wine, made from vines more than 100 years old, produced in extremely limited amount , winner for the 3rd consecutive year of the best note on a famous wine guide, can be a little bit more expensive than our other reds.
You think the wine is overpriced, this is your point of view and we do respect it.
Our range of wines goes from 5 Euros to 20 Euros.
We wish you anyway a good tasting of the bottles you bought and hope to welcome you again at the winery (with more or less grass in the garden ;-) )

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Reviewed September 30, 2016

We decided to visit only one winery during our visit to the area and this one was recommended by a higher end restauranteur. We were not disappointed. The winery is located on a beautiful piece of property close to Bonnieux, one of our favorite hillside towns. The wines are bottled in unique blue bottles and are very good and very reasonably priced.

Date of experience: September 2016
2  Thank Hetta M
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