Wine is a history-laden drink. It was first mentioned 4000 years B.C. in Ancient Egyptian tombs. Hippocrates was the first one to extol the medicinal properties of wine, 4 centuries B.C. But he also wisely specified that „ wine drunk in excess led to harmful effects on health, just like love“.
The little Wine Shop
If you want to discover the riches of our vineyard, you should definetely stop at Domaine La Yole’s winery at least once during your stay.
However, if you’re only keen on discovering our wide range of wines, you can also visit the „little wine cellar“ located right at the centre of the campsite.
Being wine makers since 1771, Domaine La Yole’s wines shall undoubtedly surprise you , through their original aromatic palette and their distinctive rural identity.
All our wines are stored at the right temperature. Therefore, you should come and choose yourself a bottle, according to your meal’s ingedients, minutes before it is ready to be served.
To help you choose, you will be given the opportunity to try our wines, and our dedicated team will be pleased to answer your questions, help you and advise you on our wines.
A large selection of bulk wine is also on offer. Those wines are kept cool and therefore ready to drink. You can either buy a bottle on site or come along with your own and have it filled.
So off to your corkscrews!!
Did you know?…
You’ve probably heard about the “French paradox” before, haven’t you? But do you really know what it means? In short : the French who are widely known as “bon vivants” and delicatessen enthusiasts, are also wine drinkers, which decreases their risk of getting cardicvascular disease.
This is due to high concentrations of antioxidant polyphenols found in wine tannins, that contribute to lowering harmful LDL cholesterol levels.
It has moreover been demonstrated that consuming wine moderately also offers protection against Alzheimer’s disease.
However, it would be more appropriate to talk about the “mediterranean paradox” rather than the French one, as wine certainly isn’t the only element contributing in decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Eating fruits, vegetable and fish also plays a significant role in staying healthy.
Opening hours: Low season: 10.00 – 12.30 & 16.30 – 19.30
High season: 10.00 – 13.30 & 16.30 – 20.30
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